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Your doc just gives u a number and what do they really mean..
http://www.mult-sclerosis.org/expandeddisabilitystatusscale.html
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Wheelchair in New York?

Hi, I am 46-year old man with MS from Helsinki (Finland, Scandinavia) and I am planning to make trip with my wife (not MS) to New York City next may.
I can still walk about 1-300 meters, but I prefer wheelchair on a longer distances.
We could rent an appartment which is located in Harlem 125. street Manhattan.
I'd appreciate any information, hints or links somebody could give me about using subway or buses etc.? ...
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LDN trial to start

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Dissapointing results for GA in PPMS

Slightly dissapointing results for Glatiramer Acetate...


URLPubMed
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Chicken pox virus found in cerebrospinal fluid of PWMS

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/quer ... hl=7&itool
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Increased prevalence of varicella zoster virus DNA in cerebrospinal fluid from patients with multiple sclerosis.

* Mancuso R,
* Delbue S,
* Borghi E,
* Pagani E,
* Calvo MG,
* Caputo D,
* Granieri E,
* Ferrante P.

Laboratory of Molecular Medicine and Biotechnology, Don C. Gnocchi Foundation, IRCCS, Milan, Italy.

In order to investigate the possible involvement of viruses in Multiple Sclerosis (MS), ...
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Relapsing/Remitting, what the?

Last weekend during a search of the internet I came across something that someone named "MSWillow" had written on "thisisms" a couple of years ago and it referred to relapsing being due to damage to the myelin and remitting being due to repair efforts of the body.

Today while looking through the thread "Stem Cells" I looked into a link dignan had provided and I find that a researcher evidently makes the same assumption regarding ...
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Food poisoning and days off the antibiotics

I developed food poisoning on Saturday night and the following day was too ill to consume antibiotics. On Monday evening I resumed antibiotics but then yesterday felt too ill after lunch to continue to taking them or indeed my new script for Lipitor. I wonder if I should just leave all medicine for a week or so...I'm feeling okay this morning but was very bloated yesterday evening. I guess I should swerve the antibiotics till ...
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Lamotrigine

Same article I posted in the general forum, but thought I should copy it here as it is a treatment in trial.

Ian

http://www.acceleratedcure.org:8080/node/2481
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Low Serum Vitamin D Linked to Multiple Sclerosis

Have we seen this article here before? I dont recall it. Apologies if it is a duplicate post.

For release: Wednesday, January 31, 2007

A new study shows that multiple sclerosis (MS) is linked to low levels of vitamin D in the blood, but it’s unclear whether vitamin D deficiency is a causal factor in the disease or whether vitamin D supplements would protect against it.

Alberto Ascherio, M.D., Dr.P.H., a professor of nutrition and ...
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