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Dear all,

Today the MS nurse came round to teach me to inject, I asked her lots of questions as she knew most of the MS consultants working at the Institute of Neurology in London and has been working with MS patients for years and years.

- I found the injection fine (using the auto-injector). I am now waiting for the flu symptoms.

- My area in London is where Aimspro (goats serum) was given ...
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New here

Hi new to your board so here is the run down.

My name is Paul, male, 54, married with 4 kids. Two older and on their own sort of and two teenagers still at home.

I live about 35 miles southwest of Cleveland Ohio.

I have been sick for about 3 years and in December 2005,I was told in all probability PPMS and the doctor is concerned about the rapid progression.

He mentioned trying ...
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The USFDA needs your emails or faxes by February 28, 2006!

For information how you can support our worthy cause and join our spirit rally on March 7th please visit this website at:

It's not about just any old, ineffective, or dangerous MS drugs! It's all about willing, well informed, and individual freedom of choice! If you experienced Tysabri or just wish to have your MS patient voice heard by the USFDA AC on March 7th please visit mspatientsforchoice ...

Nutra Pharma reports Preclincal

here is an important paragraph from their press release -- you can find the whole release on their site at --

The study was conducted by researchers in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology at the University of Saskatchewan. The lead researcher, Associate Professor Dr. Adel Mohamed, reported that the preliminary results indicate that RPI-78M inhibited the development of acute as well as the relapsing phases of ...
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Regulated Gene Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis

Here's an article about a new gene therapy targeted for MS. It sounds very complicated but very interesting. Hopefully we'll see something like this come to fruition in the not too distance future. ... eb344333_1

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bee venom therapy

For about two years, a ms-patient asked me to give her beestings.
I was surpriced, but knew (as a beekeeper) that beevenom was succesfull used for reumatic-artritis, a.s.o.

So, after a small study because of the risks, I started stinging her, with a MD as companion.
In the meantime I also started a homepage for beekeepers and ms-patients (in Dutch, among others things like diaries).

And........ I found rather interesting news about apitherapy (beesting therapy). ...
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Neurovax update

The Immune Response Corporation Announces New Business Strategy; Emphasizes Focus on Promising MS Treatment and Second Generation HIV Therapy

2/8/2006 - The Immune Response Corporation (OTCBB:IMNR) announced today that its management and the Board of Directors are implementing a new corporate and clinical strategy designed to position the Company for long-term success by more effectively leveraging its core immune-based technology for autoimmune and infectious diseases. Specifically, this strategy will focus on the accelerated development of ...
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Depression and Alzheimer's

The ABC evening news on Monday had a story concerning a possible link between clinical depression and Alzheimer's. The researchers propose a link between the two, theorizing that people who suffer from depression were more likely to develope Alzheimer's. It suggested that there is a connection between the substances(?) involved in depression and the formation of plaques in the brain. Since MS suffers also exhibit plaques could there be a similar connection ? I don't ...
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LDN - How much Disability have you Overcome???

I am new here and new to LDN. I love it! I feel like I did before my MS Dx in Oct 2000.
My question is this "How much better have you gotten -- more specifically -- is there anyone out there who was bedridden before LDN and are not now??? or who has had substantial gain from this drug.
I know a lady who is bedridden from her MS and living in a nursing ...
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