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LDN in Austria

I am well with LDN since month and I have a own LDN Forum in Austria.
Read more : LDN in Austria | Views : 1600 | Replies : 1 | Forum : Low Dose Naltrexone

Stem cell breakthrough

Dear all,

In the UK today the tv news has lead with reports of a major breakthrough in stem cell research. Link to BBC website attached.

All the best


But the reports were mainly about a more significant breakthrough made by the South Koreans - I will post info when it's available. See attached link.
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solumedrol for mild/severe exacerbation?

Treatment with solumedrol is supposed shorten an exacerbation and perhaps limit the damage done, but its protective/anti inflammatory effect is temporary and apparently doesn't change the course of the disease. I'm soliciting opinions (of your own or relayed from your doctors) on how bad or "functionally significant" an exacerbation should be to warrant a steroid treatment. When you have had such a treatment (solumedrol, methyprednisone, etc.), how bad were your symptoms?
Read more : solumedrol for mild/severe exacerbation? | Views : 1705 | Replies : 2 | Forum : General Discussion

LDN very first impressions

Hi all.

Thanks to this great community and a very friendly person that I have met here, I heard about LDN and decided to give it a try.

Yesterday I got my very first dose (3 mg at 23:00). I don't know whether it will work for me or not but I am feeling GREAT at the moment. Despite the fact that I managed to sleep just for a couple of hours, my energy levels ...
Read more : LDN very first impressions | Views : 2348 | Replies : 2 | Forum : Low Dose Naltrexone

Hair-loss ....

Hi all,
I've been on Rebif since Dec last year and I have been experiencing a lot of droppage of hair recently and the rate & the amount of hair that is dropping is quite alarming to me. Never experiencing this LOTS of hair falling off frm my head before. I've asked my doctor if this might be a side-effect of rebif and his answer was that this kind of side-effect has been reported before ...
Read more : Hair-loss .... | Views : 13600 | Replies : 19 | Forum : Rebif

new from PA

just wanted to introduce myself dx'd oct 2004
Read more : new from PA | Views : 1413 | Replies : 1 | Forum : Introductions


I was wondering how many people are taking NAC ? I read the story on this drug a week or so ago and have purchased this. What would be a suitable dose? Any reasons not to take this?
Read more : N-Acetylcysteine | Views : 16219 | Replies : 28 | Forum : Natural Approach

Immune branding process

Some basic research that could have interesting implications for the MS disease process.

Newly discovered 'branding' process helps immune system cells pick their fights

18 May 2005 -- Scientists have uncovered a new method the immune system uses to label foreign invaders as targets to be attacked. Researchers showed that the immune system can brand foreign proteins by chemically modifying their structure, and that these modifications increased the chances that cells known as lymphocytes would ...
Read more : Immune branding process | Views : 819 | Replies : 0 | Forum : General Discussion


Dear all,

The UK MS Society is holding its annual research conference next week. A key issue of the conference is neuro-protection. A copy of the programme is attached. Lets hope that something positive comes out of this event.

Bromley ... rs2005.pdf
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Unpuzzling the Mystery of MS

Hi Everyone

I don't know about everyone else but I constantly have thoughts running through my head about the how MS is triggered and also what agrivates it in the body.

I have these thoughts at the moment and just wanted some feedback as the accuracy of them.

It started with Didnnan's post 24/2/05 regarding Zonulin - the protein found in the Intestines.

This is the link to the article:- ...
Read more : Unpuzzling the Mystery of MS | Views : 2841 | Replies : 0 | Forum : General Discussion


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