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NABs Caution

Periodically, discussions arise regarding the danger and prevelance of NABs (neutralizing antibodies)for those patients who use the interferons. The drug companies usually have a tendancy to minimize the concern for NAbs, stating they don't normally effect very many patients. I've also read that some patients on these drugs don't get their NAB levels tested and their docs have never mentioned them.
This study in Switzerland followed patients for 4 years and discovered the problem could ...
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FTY720

Some recent research which mentions FTY720

Bromley


http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/medical ... d=rssfeeds
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EBV

It has long been suggested that EBV may be a trigger for MS. However, some 95% of adults are exposed to the virus so it is difficult to come up with a definitive answer. The following research covers children with MS and shows that children exposed to EBV are much more likely to develop MS. I had glandular fever (EBV) at 16 and was diagnosed with MS at 39. I recently saw a senior MS ...
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My adventures in MS

Hot! I think it is not just the weather though the heat index is over 100 degrees F. I was born in Indiana and grew up in west Texas but day 2 of Flagyl and I am not perspiring, I am sweating! I too have a low body temperature and have been cold all my life. Even in NC where people wear SHORTS in Oct I have on a T- shirt. a turtleneck and a ...
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Yoga

I know we all have varying levels of ability, MS or not. But I'm here to tell you. Try yoga. Find a DVD that you like and you can do at home if you're not up for a class.

Personally, I always resist yoga because it seems so "inactive." But I've been feeling so tight and tired lately and this morning, just threw on my beginner yoga DVD. After two 20-minute sessions, I'm relaxed and ...
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Update on Neuren

Dear all,

I recently posted on a NZ company called Neuren. They appear to be doing some interesting work and have some potentially useful drugs in the pipeline. The following link provides an update on some of their drugs. Timescales as usual are long (as if always the case with anything connected to MS).

Bromley

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/index.cfm?ObjectID=10335179
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Katman: My adventures in MS

It was suggested by one of our reknowned elders that I record my adventures here. I was reluctant at first because I am very much a newcomer here but then realized that we all have something different to offer For the last few days, I have wandered around and tasted some of the various flavors. I think I like them all.

One of my favorite things in life is to make waves. Now that I ...
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Squiffy's Marathon Page now closed.

Hi all

Well, it had to finish sometime, and my marathon page on justgiving.com has closed with a grand total of £18,332.28. ;O)

I would like to thank all of you who supported me so wonderfully throughout the training, the actual day and the weeks afterwards when another £7000 odd came flooding in. :O)

If you feel the urge to contribute some more money,
then please go visit my ongoing MSRC fund raising site - ...
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Anti-biotics - what's the bigger picture

Sarah,

You have been an inspiration to many who use this site. There appears to be a large number of people who are following the anti-biotic regime (either your husband's regime or another similar regime). Many have now been on the regime for a reasonable amount of time (6 months plus and many for more). The results that have been reported are generally encouraging (although those who had not seen good results may not bother ...
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cell transplants

Dear all,

The following appeared on the NMSS website today. It involves mice and therefore human trials are probably some way off, but still interesting.

http://www.nationalmssociety.org/Resear ... July13.asp

Bromley
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