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Know Your Fats by Mary G. Enig, Ph.D.

Here is another book I recommend: Know Your Fats by Mary G. Enig, Ph.D. Although the author says it is written for the general public, I found the first chapter a little tough--with its descriptions of saturated fats, monounsaturated fats, polyunsaturated fats, cis and trans configurations, single and double bonds, methyl and carboxyl groups; but if you wade on, the book becomes easier to read with lots of usable information.

For example, (page 85) "Ancel ...
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Adopting with MS

I haven't been on this site for a while. Hello everyone! :)

I have a question. I may have posted on here that I've had miscarriages. I've had 5 to be exact and am now pursuing in-vitro fertilization (IVF). I haven't gotten any results back yet, and I won't for about 2 weeks on whether or not I'm pregnant. I so hope I am. But, I have ...
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Micromet and Nycomed Enter Into Exclusive Worldwide Collaboration to Develop and Commercialize Anti-GM-CSF Antibodies for the Treatment of Inflammatory and Autoimmune Diseases 25 May 2007

Micromet, Inc. and Nycomed today announced an agreement under which the two companies will collaborate on the development of anti-GM-CSF antibodies that may be useful for the treatment of inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. The lead product candidate in the collaboration is Micromet's MT203, a human antibody which neutralises granulocyte ...
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Histamine 2

The Cheap, Safe and Effective Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis That the Drug Companies are Trying to Keep Secret 25 May 2007

In a recent interview, a victim of Multiple Sclerosis revealed how she has been symptom-free for the past 10 years. The success she has experienced has compelled her to bring her research to the medical community in hopes of helping other MS sufferers. The National MS Society (US)(backed by the pharmaceutical industry which funds ...
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FDA Requests Boxed Warning for Contrast Agents

This article is relevant to all of us. It's something to read before your next MRI done with a gadolinium-based contrast agent.
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Hi all

Hello. im Fred and my fiance was diagnosed with MS april 3rd, this year. We were in a way lucky as a bout of optic neritis brought her to an eye doctor who QUICKLY picked up on the possible MS link and within 3 hrs of her entering his office, we were at a nerologist. (I say lucky because we have talked with so many people who had difficulty with medical professionals not understanding MS...not ...
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Histamine 2

Good article I just found. I am sure none of you will be surprised.... But still, a good article.

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Dr Zang

I think this article is about the Dr Zang who developed the T cell vaccination. Interesting that GSK have snapped him up - they are one of the big players.

GlaxoSmithKline Launches Chinese R&D Centre with Appointment of Head in Shanghai 24 May 2007

Jingwu Zang to lead work on neurogenerative diseases.

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) today announced the appointment of Jingwu Zang to head a new GSK research and development centre in Shanghai, China. His ...
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Copaxone Side Effect-Has this happened to you?

I was taking Copaxone for 5 years, and had the side effect I guess they call flushness, chest pain, palpitations, difficulty breathing. Doesn't sound very severe, until you are experiencing it. The first time it happened my husband called 911 I turned red my lips turned purple I grabbed my chest and collapsed on the bed I couldn't speak it was over in about 6 minutes that was the first time in 2005, then ...
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immune system research

I know, I know, maybe MS isn't autoimmune, but one way or another, some of our t-cells are up to no good...

Natural immune-control system may hold clue to treatment of autoimmune disease and tissue rejection, study finds

The immune system's ability to police itself may offer a new method of arresting the cells responsible for autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis and for the rejection of transplanted organs and tissues, scientists at Dana-Farber Cancer ...
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