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Question about PMs

There are no dumb questions, right?

What is the Outbox? I am hitting Send, then the message ends up in the Outbox.
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T-Cell Research

Interesting research on T-cells that they tie into their drug under investigation (phase II), Neurovax.

The Immune Response Corporation and Oregon Health & Science University Collaboration Identifies FOXP3 as the Gene Marker for Impaired Immune Regulation in Multiple Sclerosis
Results May Lead To a New Therapeutic Approach to Treating MS

June 14, 2005 -- The Immune Response Corporation, a biopharmaceutical company dedicated to becoming a leading immune-based therapy company in HIV and multiple sclerosis (MS), ...
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Allon Therapeutics

AL-108 is being tested on Alzheimer's first, but they plan to try it for MS too, so I figure these Phase I safety studies won't have to be done all over again for MS since they are done on healthy adults.

Allon Therapeutics product AL-108 successful in Phase Ia clinical trial

June 15 -- CNW -- Allon Therapeutics, The Neuro Protection Company(TM), announced today that a Phase Ia human clinical trial of the company's first ...
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Dear all,

Attached is a summary of a research project involving cyclophosphamide. The results appear impressive - reduction in EDSS and a claim that the combination treatment has halted progression (only time will tell).

Does anyone know anything more about cyclophosphamide? Know anyone who has received it as treatment for MS?

There seems to be an almost limitless amount of drugs that are currently being trialled. But many ...
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The Myelin Repair Foundation makes progress

Interesting that interferon-gamma plays a role in two of their findings...

Scientists Identify Molecular ''Switches'' Affecting Myelin Repair in Multiple Sclerosis

Business Wire -- June 14, 2005 -- The Myelin Repair Foundation today announced that its collaboration of five of the world's leading neuroscientists has identified three new "switches," or signals, operating in the brain and spinal column that appear to turn on and off the nerve cell's ability to repair myelin. Myelin is the ...
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Anyone familiar w/Klenner's therapy regimen?

It looks very involved. I'm wondering if anyone's tried it, and/or if there has been any research here.

-- Paul
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Vanderbilt Article in Press

Pilot study to examine the effect of antibiotic therapy on
MRI outcomes in RRMS

S. Sriram
b, * , S.Y. Yao
, C. Stratton
, H. Moses
, P.A. Narayana
, J.S. Wolinsky
Department of Neurology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN 37212, USA
Department of Pathology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN 37212, USA
Neurology University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Houston, TX, USA ...
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New brain cells

Dear all,

It's early days but given that our brains shrink with MS we may be grateful in the future for a top up of brain cells.

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Especially useful, non-obvious devices!

Hello All!

I'm trying to compile a list of all the devices that people w/MS are finding useful for mobility, daily living, exercise, etc.

This started as an attempt to figure out if an electrical stimulation device might be good for exercising legs and/or mobility, but then I started seeing pulsed magnetic therapy devices marketed at people w/MS.

Is anyone having success with FES/electrical stimulation devices? If so, which ones, and what kind of results. ...
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