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Please read this very carefully.

Please read this very carefully. (Copied from CPn Help)

I mentioned in my first blog at CPn Help
http://www.CPn Help.org/?q=sarahs_illustrated_blog#comment
that there was much I didn't remember about the early days of my treatment. I have never been a terribly good record keeper, but I did start out keeping a journal. For a few days I even added to this daily, but soon I could go for a couple of weeks without adding anything. This period rapidly ...
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Stem cells for drug delivery?

A different way that stem cells could prove useful in neurodegenerative disorders.



Engineered stem cells show promise for sneaking drugs into the brain

December 15, 2005 - Eurekalert - One of the great challenges for treating Parkinson's diseases and other neurodegenerative disorders is getting medicine to the right place in the brain.

The brain is a complex organ with many different types of cells and structures, and it is fortified with a protective barrier erected ...
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Hepatitis B vaccination and MS

Interesting hypothesis...



Multiple sclerosis and hepatitis B vaccination: Adding the credibility of molecular biology to an unusual level of clinical and epidemiological evidence.

Med Hypotheses. 2006;66(1):84-6. Epub 2005 Sep 19.
Comenge Y, Girard M.
23 rue du Commerce, 75015-Paris, France.

In spite of a huge number of reports of severe hazards after injection of hepatitis B vaccine (HBV), the issue is regularly raised that no mechanism is available for the development of central demyelinating disorders ...
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LDN and weightloss

Has anyone experienced weightloss while taking LDN? Normally one wouldn't mind losing a few pounds, I just don't want to miss an underlying problem. Thanks
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Neuro-protection

If there was a Father Christmas (Santa Claus to Americans) I would ask for some neuro-protection.

A report has been published about neuro-protection. I haven't got the report but the following article provides a summary of the key points. Hopefully, some of the drugs being examined will come good.

Ian

http://c.moreover.com/click/here.pl?j438161024&w=464753
Read more : Neuro-protection | Views : 1327 | Replies : 8 | Forum : General Discussion


Skeptical but not a skeptic

Hello all,
This is my first post here, although I admit to lurking about for some time. The forum is outstanding and I have gained so much valuable information from everyone. Thank You!!

My husband was diagnosed in May, 2004--Since that time he has been on Avonex (Tysabri, briefly) and doing quite well. Well enough to finally have returned to his job as an airline pilot. He is also on a myriad of supplements-fish oil, ...
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Stem cells to make mice better models?

Interesting article in light of the EAE discussion that goes on around here regularly -- make the mice a little more human and maybe their disease will be more like ours...



Trace of Human Stem Cells Put in Unborn Mice Brains

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS - December 13, 2005 - Scientists announced on Monday that they had created mice with small amounts of human brain cells in an effort to make realistic models of neurological disorders ...
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a general MRI question

In what I will try to call "typical" MS, for which I know there is no typical... is it "typical" for MS MRI lesions to persist forever, or are they known to appear and disappear?

thanks
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List of current drug trials

I saw this list on another MS board forum. I am sorry if this is a repeat. It was first available in September, therefore, they are probably new drugs to be added. The credit for putting this list together should go to Jay.

"MS Disease-Modifying Meds"

( Approved Meds )

1. Avonex (interferon beta 1a)
2. Betaseron (interferon beta 1b)
3. Copaxone (glatiramir acetate)
4. Novantrone (mitoxantrone)
5. Rebif (interferon beta 1a)


Treatments ( not ...
Read more : List of current drug trials | Views : 2130 | Replies : 1 | Forum : Drug Pipeline


Immunosuppressive Drug Appears Effective In Reducing Lesions

Hi to All - The article was posted today - sounds like new possibility to reduce those brain lesions -- :D


Immunosuppressive Drug Appears Effective In Reducing New Brain Lesions In MS Patients
Category: Multiple Sclerosis News
Article Date: 13 Dec 2005






A medication that reduces relapse rates in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) appears to be effective in reducing new brain inflammatory lesions and is ...
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