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The plaque and its pathogenesis

This looked a good read but you have to purchase the full article.

Given that most Americans are millionaires it would be a nice gesture to your British cousins (given all we do for you) to purchase the article and tell us what's in it.

Ian


http://www.msif.org/go.rm?id=13580
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Prognosis

I'm sure someone had asked about prognosis before. This piece of research looks at the prognosis for those with early on-set MS.

http://www.msif.org/go.rm?id=13579

Ian
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Neurocrine APL

Dignan,

If this was on the list you need to erase it.

Ian

http://c.moreover.com/click/here.pl?j482124809&w=464753
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Question about interactions with Rebif

I planned to ask my neuro today if any of the supplements I'm taking might interact with Rebif since I am going to be starting it soon. Unfortunately I only got the nurse and she couldn't get me off the phone quick enough. Right now I am taking Omega 3, Lecithin and a multivitamin plus Allegra for my sinus and allergy problems. Were you told of any supplements or other medications to avoid when taking ...
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Better/Easier flagyl taste

Flagyl tastes better... No, really, it's true! I have found a way to take flagyl and not taste it and it will probably make you happier every time you do! I take the flagyl tablet out, coat it with jam or jelly and toss it in my mouth, quickly followed by a water chaser. You'll NEVER taste a thing, except maybe a fleeting taste of the jam. DO NOT LICK YOUR FINGERS before washing them ...
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How many of you have been referred to a neuropsychiatrist?

:lol: Following a referral to a neuropsychiatrist, I have now been told to start Lithium. Does anyone know anything about lithium?

Sue !!
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MBP8298 update

This sounds promising, although they don't provide much information here...



BioMS Medical's MBP8298 Shows Five-year Delay of Disease Progression in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

March 7, 2006- BioMS Medical today announced that its proprietary drug candidate MBP8298 delayed disease progression for five years in progressive MS patients with HLA-DR2 or HLA-DR4 immune response genes.

Treatment and follow-up of patients from a phase II clinical study demonstrated that patients in this DR2 and DR4 responder group, ...
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MBP8298 Encouraging Results

Very encouraging results for disease progression from its phase II study! Hopefully this pans out with the phase II/III which they are now enrolling.

Original link:
http://biz.yahoo.com/cnw/060307/bioms_s ... .html?.v=1

Dunmann.


BioMS Medical's MBP8298 shows five-year delay of disease progression in patients with multiple sclerosis
Tuesday March 7, 8:55 am ET

-Results to be presented at the American Academy of Neurology April 4, 2006-
Toronto Stock Exchange Symbol: MS
EDMONTON, ...
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Difference Between statins

I was wondering if anyone has changed between the statins and noticed a difference in their effectiveness?


The ones I know of are:
atorvastatin (Lipitor)
fluvastatin (Lescol)
lovastatin (Mevacor)
pravastatin (Pravachol)
simvastatin (Zocor)
rosuvastatin (Crestor)

I just read an article at http://healthfully.org/mednews/id2.html which basically states that lipitor is better than pravachol for anti-inflamitory effects.

He thinks that inflammation in the walls of the coronary arteries is behind many heart events and that Lipitor has ...
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Patient Registry for Tysabri

An FDA briefing document was released today that recommends a mandatory patient registry for Tysabri users. In August 2005 the FDA mandated an electronic registry for all patients & physicians using Accutane, and it was just announced last week that it is up and running. Hopefully a Tysabri registry won't take as long to implement.
Read more : Patient Registry for Tysabri | Views : 2288 | Replies : 6 | Forum : Tysabri (Antegren or Natalizumab)


 

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