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Another One on Dr. Wheldon Regimen

Hello, everybody!

I am a 47 y/o physician, who was diagnosed in November 2002, after having MS for 15 years. At that time I was hospitalized immediately following a horrible MRI. It showed a brain edema and an incredible load of the lesions. I was given IV Decadron, while the neurologists argued with the radiologist if it was a brain tumor or a severe encephalitis.

At the time of diagnosis I was a hopeless, miserable ...
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not working?

I've been on rebif since april 30. I'm currently on the high dose 44. I'm handling the side effects pretty well, practically no flu like effects anymore. But it doesn't seem to be doing anything to the # of my attacks. I basically get an attack every 1 - 1.5 months. Most of them just give me numbness, with mild perm damage(fingers crossed that it stays that way). How long does Rebif take to work?, ...
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Collaborative Initiative Focuses on Neurological Disease

I'm always happy to see the phrases "collaborative initiative" and "neurological disease" in the same sentence.

Collaborative Initiative Focuses on Neurological Disease

July 8, 2005 - In addition to being an exercise in creating a way for researchers to collaborate across distant locations over a shared infrastructure, the Biomedical Informatics Research Network (BIRN) is creating one of the most technologically advanced studies of human neurological disorders.

Currently the BIRN involves a consortium of 19 universities ...
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Neuren - NZ company

Dear all,

In March it was reported that the US Army were taking up a brain injury drug which was in early trials. The company behind the drug are Neuren. A link to their website is attached.

The company are developing some interesting products relevant to MS (see under Technology and Development Pipeline). Many of the drugs are neuro-protective, but they also have a peptide in development to ...
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Better Brain Regimen

A few posts here have mentioned the regimen for MS in The Better Brain Book by Perlmutter.

I recently bought the book. I think its a useful reference. In addition to a discussion of key risks/impacts on brain function and how to minimize, it had a good “glossary” explaining the purpose of several key supplements.

The book has sections on specific brain disorders, including MS (others are stroke, vascular dementia, alzheimers, parkinsons, and ALS).

The ...
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To our British Friends

Today, I just wanted to extend my thoughts and prayers to Sarah and other British MS friends. The attacks in London have brought back so many memories of the 9/11 attacks. Godspeed to all of you.

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Link with asthma and chronic infections

An old but interesting piece about the link between mycoplasma and chlamydia species and chronic asthma, and by inference other chronic chest infections.

Another reason for the need of the return of the General Physician, I would have thought.

A link between chronic asthma and chronic infection.

Martin RJ, Kraft M, Chu HW, Berns EA, Cassell GH.

Department of Medicine, National Jewish Medical and Research Center and The Pulmonary and Critical Care Division, ...
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Chronic Lyme borreliosis at the root of multiple sclerosis ... &DB=pubmed

Med Hypotheses. 2005;64(3):438-48. Related Articles, Links

Chronic Lyme borreliosis at the root of multiple sclerosis--is a cure with antibiotics attainable?

Fritzsche M.

Clinic for Internal and Geographical Medicine, Soodstrasse 13, 8134 Adliswil, Switzerland.

Apart from its devastating impact on individuals and their families, multiple sclerosis (MS) creates a huge economic burden for society by mainly afflicting young adults in their ...
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3 months in

I went for my 3 month checkup today. Unfortunately I didn't get a neurological assesment but it would only have confirmed what I know. Since treatment my condition has definitely improved. Prior to treatment I was assesed as EDSS 4.0, in my own judgement I have improved by at least 1 EDSS point since treatment, probably more. Hopefully these improvements will continue.

A sobering note to the proceedings was that one patient on the CAMMS223 ...
Read more : 3 months in | Views : 3811 | Replies : 8 | Forum : Campath (Lemtrada, Alemtuzumab)


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