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dorkus malorkus

so aaron. what if some poster is just annoying. i'm not naming any names, but it starts with e and ends with c and rhymes with bee cow see
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Statin and minocycline combo

Those lucky mice are now getting a statin and minocycline combo.


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What is inactive ms exactly?

Hi Everyone,

As my main area of reading is now everything to do with ms, i have many times come across terms like active and non active ms.

Does anyone know what this means? Is inactive ms just ms that is "asleep" and currently silent and not causing any problems?

Is it active when demyelination is occuring?

Is the aim of dmd's to help ms to remain inactive as long as possible as well as ...
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Progressive MS Pipeline

Upon request, here are the drugs from the pipeline that are being tested for progressive forms of MS. If I've missed anything, please let me know.

Progressive MS Treatment Pipeline - September 2011

Phase 3 Trials
- Gilenya (aka FTY720 and fingolimod) (PPMS) (Novartis)
- Masitinib (SPMS and PPMS) (aka Kinavet or AB1010) (AB Science)
- Ocrelizumab (R1594) (trial for PPMS) (Genentech, Roche, Biogen)
- Revimmune (aka high dose cyclophosphamide or cytoxan) (Accentia Biopharmaceuticals) (refractory ...
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more lucky mice (stem cells as therapy for Parkinson's)

Therapeutic Cloning Works in Mice With Parkinson's

By Alan Mozes
HealthDay Reporter
Monday, March 24, 2008; 12:00 AM

MONDAY, March 24 (HealthDay News) -- Therapeutic cloning successfully treated Parkinson's disease in mice, researchers report.

Using the process to develop dopamine-producing neurons with an identical genetic profile to each mouse being treated allowed scientists to significantly improve the neurological performance of the diseased animals, without provoking any evidence of immune system rejection.

"This is the first ...
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A preclinical - but looks interesting as focuses on repair ... 0&w=464753
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I'm being bad

I decided to stop taking my Rebif. Tonight will be my first missed shot. :twisted:

My neuro wanted me to go for three more months, and I've lasted two. Screw it, I have a crazy month ahead of me work-wise, I am d.o.n.e.

I packed up my auto injector and supplies and stuffed them in the very back of my closet. I truly hope to never ...
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ThisIsMS Forums FAQ

I've decided to start a FAQ thread for common questions related to using the forums here at ThisIsMS. If you have a question or suggestion, then please PM me. I would be happy to hear from any of the members of the ThisIsMS community.

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$15 million for MS Research on the line

The U.S. Department of Defense and its ridiculously humongous budget may actually be put to some good :)

"Now is the time to pursue MS research in the CDMRP for fiscal year 2009. This program is funded annually through the Department of Defense (DoD) appropriations bill. Last year, your efforts influenced Congress to include MS and for the first time it became one of the areas ...
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