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arrggh HELP!

So, a little background. I am a 27 yr old Male who started taking Avonex last year, I had one very severe attack in August 05 after critical lung surgery (do not smoke people, haha) where i was left without use to the left side of my body. But since then I have been a picture of health. For certain people's comfort of mind, since I got diagnosed I have met the most beautiful woman ...
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finally started

well, this winter i'm not doing the usual ski instructor thing, it's more of a paperwork/coordination role, not as much hauling wiped out kids around ;), so i signed up at school with a personal trainer for 10 sessions.

i met her yesterday for the first session at the gym. did i say i hate gyms? well i do. but whatever. anyway she is being REALLY careful ...
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Cladribine + Rebif

Merck Serono Has Initiated the ONWARD Study to Evaluate Oral Cladribine as Add-on Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis

ONWARD Phase II Trial Will Assess Therapeutic Benefit of Oral Cladribine Added-on to New Formulation of Rebif(R) in Multiple Sclerosis Patients.
Merck Serono announced today that it has begun the ONWARD (Oral Cladribine Added ON To Rebif New Formulation in Patients With Active Relapsing Disease) Phase II study. The ONWARD study will evaluate the safety, tolerability and ...
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New treatments unlikely in the UK

Well, whatever anyone thinks about the so-called "free" health service in the UK, it seems unlikely that anybody using the UK NHS will receive any of the new treatments in the offing because they will all be too expensive according to my neurologist. Great. I went in to see him yesterday and we discussed Tysabri which will definitely not be bought in England since Scotland can't afford it and they're the spendthrifts in our crazy ...
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I eliminated my post

I eliminated my post
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Please help me with my symptoms

Two years ago (I was 28 ), I "think" I hurt my back lifting weights and got a sharp pain in my hand, followed by numbness of two smaller digits and then tingling in hand and arm. Tingling lasted about 4 months, but went away. Soon after I started having severe earaches and went to the doctors many times thinking I had an ear infection. They saw nothing and said it could be TMJ.

A ...
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First Injection

I go for my first injection of Tovaxin tomorrow (01/24/07). Check my blog for updates.
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# of MS cases

Curiosity question: Why does the NIH state 150,000 cases and the NMSS 400,000? Anyone know?
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Aimspro - New Trials in the works ... php?nid=22

23/01/07 - Trials

Daval International Limited now has links with a number of key clinical and scientific researchers worldwide, with a growing level of interest being shown in the setting up of randomised double-blind, placebo controlled clinical trials of AIMSPRO. A European leader in the study and treatment of multiple sclerosis has recently submitted a trial protocol for consideration by an Institutional Ethics Committee and the ...
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