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Hello everyone! I am new here.

Hello everyone, I have been Dx'd with MS in Feb. '07. I have had two relapses since. The two relapses were like hitting brick walls and now I am working five hours a week and reaping those rewards(LOL) (awaiting SS disability). I know that if I ever see a light at the end of the tunnel again, I WILL RUN!! Probabaly another damm train!
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How long do you predict for new treatments?

Hi,

I'm aware that there a quite a few drugs currently being trialed for ms.
This is all very exciting i guess but i do wonder how long it will be before we see the next new ms treatment that is superior to what is available now.

I don't understand when things are in stage II or III etc what that actually means in terms of getting possible approval and becoming availabe, will it be ...
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One Year on Abx

I started the CAP one year and 3 months ago. I started with azithromycin, then added doxy, then started the flagyl. I have done 10 flagyl pulses up to date. I really have not noticed much improvement so far. My MS still seems to be progresssing. I do seem to have more pronounced balance issues than at this time last year. Still dealing with the neuropathic pain in my legs. Still do want to give ...
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fun fun fun

well my latest diagnosis: carpal tunnel syndrome. back to B complex for me!
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Estriol

Does anyone else use Estriol to treat their MS?
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LDN and Tovaxin

I am starting this thread to open up some dialogue about LDN. Almost everything I read about LDN that's positive makes mention of how it has improved the patient's bladder voiding. I also read in the LDN area that most of the people on it who are seeing results seem to see more improvement; i.e., not just halting progression but promoting repair.

Does anyone know if LDN is on the list of exclusion drugs for ...
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Erythropoietin

Small trial but shows promise as neuro-protective agent.

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Campath results at ECTRIMS

A couple of Campath results reported at ECTRIMS. I think there will be some more, but the abstracts are not yet available.

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Biogen's drugs for MS

Lots of presentations by Biogen on its various MS products at the ECTRIMS conference which starts today. Most are being presented at the weekend so I'll try to post them when I see them. This is a taster:

http://c.moreover.com/click/here.pl?j11 ... 6&w=464753
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hello!

Hi! Another new one. Short story.... Diagnosed 4.5 years ago. RRMS. I am 44 and they think it started when I was about 23/24. Main issues tingling/numbness/pins/needles and major spacitity from bra line down.

I used rebif for first 3 months but felt it was very wrong for me. I found initial trial with estriol and prayed about it for several weeks and decided it was the right thing for me much to my neuro's ...
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