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New to the antibiotic theory..sorta

I had heard of the theories of mycoplasma, Cpn, etc being a cause for MS. but to be honest I had kind of blown it off because I figured it it was true there would be more talk about it...internet searches (Google) have only led me to info from way back in 1999 with the doc at Vanderbilt (siriam?). I actually go to Dr. Moses at the MS clinic at Vandy and he has never ...
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Stuck Sticky

Hi Arron, Thanks for all the hard work. As one who frequents the Antibiotics forum, I have a suggestion. The Minocycline "Sticky" appears dead and rather out of touch with the currently predominant subject matter of that forum which is combined antibiotic protocols, namely the Wheldon and Vanderbilt protocols. How about a new (or additional) "Sticky" for the Antibiotics forum regarding these CAPs?

Cypriane~caregiver and advocate for husband with SPMS
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well folks, i have been in australia since the beginning of july. my bf doesn't make any effort to communicate with me, he is not interested. it is very one-sided and hurts. he is mad at me leaving my job and returning to school in 2004, and i think he was relieved when i had my ms attack because i couldn't come on the australia exchange. he was actually quite supportive and kind when i ...
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Advantages of PPMS and SPMS over RRMS

No, I haven't lost my mind. Having observed the herxheimer reactions of my husband who is on the Wheldon protocol, the thought came to me of a certain advantage he and others with progressive forms of MS "enjoy" as compared to protocolers with RRMS. Since, for progressive MSers, life is one long exacerbation with the intensity of symptoms varying from one day to the next, the temporary worsening of symptoms due to herxing is not ...
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I think this is sounds very promising

October 13, 2006
Neurotechnology Industry Organization Launched to Advance Treatments for Brain and Nervous System Illnesses
Posted by Zack Lynch

Neurotechnology Industry Organization Launched to Advance Treatments for Brain and Nervous System Illnesses

New Global Trade Association to Advocate for the Brain Industry

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – (BUSINESS WIRE)– More than 20 leading pharmaceutical, medical device, and diagnostic companies, along with major academic brain research centers and patient ...
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Everyone should read this link...

In case you haven't seen this link that Robbie posted. Everyone should. Its a great read, and very important for people to read. Spread it around.
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Douglas Adams, The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul

Everyone breathing in the UK in last 20 years is aware of Douglas Adams's work most notably of course The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy - and most of us just love it! So I just cant quite understand why I never read this book before? Anyway that means I came to this novel with high expectations. It was to be witty, funny and intelligent and have a geat use of English. The characters were ...
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THREE New Data Releases Re: Tysabri...Stunning! :)

1) TYSABRI® Demonstrates Improvement in Cognitive Function :D
2) TYSABRI® Demonstrate Significant Reduction in Steroid Use and Hospitalizations :D
3) TYSABRI® Has Sustained Effect on Relapse Rate for up to Three Years :D

And an "older" data release re: TYSABRI® Demonstrate Significant Effects on Health-Related Quality of Life ...

How deep for autoject?

been on Copaxone 2.5 years, but still bruising a lot and now have extensive lipoatrophy. Not a pretty sight 8O
Copaxone nurse visited recently and was shocked at my legs.
She said I needed to increase needle depth.
I put it up to 7 for my leg, but I hit muscle, got a severe cramp that lasted half an hour, hopping around groaning.
6 seems to ...
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Hi * !

After browsing for almost a year now, I thought it was time to join.

I'm a male 36 from The Netherlands...

First I want to thank all involved in ThisIsMS. This site stands out with head and shoulders above the rest. It's really informative and a decent MS-library.

I've been diagnosed with RRMS after a Nuritis Optica. That's now 4 years ago. I had some symptoms before but never realized it was MS. I'm pretty ...
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