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Finally at the frustration point.

Hi everyone! I'm a new poster here. Been reading several posts and can relate to many of you so I thought it was time to share my journey so far. Maybe just venting will ease my frustration. Lol I'm a 37 yr old female. I was a very healthy woman up until a few yrs ago. I was never sick, never had an allergy, and was very athletic.

I'll begin with the things that happened ...
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My story so far....

My story so far....

In 2006 I had an MRI done due to feelings of unsteadiness and split second blackouts. Several lesions were found, 1st doctor said it was probable benign MS (whatever that is), second said the lesions were " small vessel ischemic changes, I think" Yes, he did say: "I think" and decided it was not MS, but Fibro, based on the tender spots I also have Chronic Myofascial Pain, Restless Legs, Tonic ...
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Vitamin B12 unsaturated binding capaciy & holotranscobalamin

Are the vitamin B12 unsaturated binding capacity test and the holotranscobalamin test the same test? If someone is able to, could you provide the rational or documentation for your answer? Thank you!!!!
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'Healthy' Diets Don't Seem to Reduce MS Risk

http://www.medpagetoday.com/MeetingCove ... term=Daily

In fact, it was the unhealthy typical Western diet that showed a tendency towards being associated with a reduced risk of MS.
It was a vast study, looking at 185,000 women to suss out the ones who did go on to develop MS.

It seems possible that those who were in the preclinical stages of MS might have already taken steps to eat healthier in hopes ...


Where are the better clinic...Italy or Poland?

Hi all,

I know Zamboni is Italian, but ive always heard more about Polish clinics, possibly because more procedures have been carried out there?

What are your opinions?


PREMISE negative results

Somehow I missed this. It looks like bad news, though now the question is why some people are responders while others are not.


http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24975855

OBJECTIVE:
We report the results of the investigation of safety and efficacy of venous angioplasty in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) with findings of extracranial venous anomalies, considered hallmarks of chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI), in a 2-phase study (ClinicalTrials.gov NCT01450072).

METHODS:
Phase 1 was ...
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Boston Dad with MS Needs Visitation Rights Victory!

Boston Dad with MS Needs Visitation Rights Victory!
Needs Lawyer's Fee ASAP!

http://www.gofundme.com/di6w34

My name is Joe. Thank you for reading, and for any assistance you can provide. I also encourage you to share this page with anyone you think might understand.

When my ex-wife and I split up nearly five years ago, our divorce agreement granted my ex-wife physical custody of our daughter, with legal custody shared equally. ...
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Targetting stem cells to specific tissues

Stem Cells Directly Steered to Injured Organs
http://www.genengnews.com/gen-news-high ... /81250330/

Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute researchers have found a way to help stem cells reach the injury site once injected into the bloodstream. They coated nanoparticles with two antibodies that bind to stem cells and injured cells in the body. Using magnetic resonance imaging, researchers found that the nanoparticles traveled to damaged heart tissue. Clinical trials could begin within three years. ...
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Sleep disorders in MS patients

Sleep Disorders In Multiple Sclerosis Patients Go Largely Undiagnosed: Study

http://www.medicaldaily.com/sleep-disor ... udy-302740

To find out the prevalence of sleep disorders in MS patients, Brass and his colleagues surveyed members of the Northern California Chapter of the National MS Society, who were recruited in 2011.

Of the 11,000 participants interviewed, 2,375 were selected for the survey. Consistent with the reported epidemiology of multiple sclerosis, the majority (81 percent) were ...
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