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2007 Study - Mineral Status in MS

Assessment of serum magnesium, copper, and zinc levels in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients
http://ijpbs.mazums.ac.ir/browse.php?a_ ... lc_lang=fa
"We found that serum level of magnesium, copper, and zinc is significantly decreased in patients inflicted with MS. This is shown in some other studies and may result in use of supplemental use of trace elements for MS patients to either decrease symptoms or complications"
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2011 Meta-Analysis - Latitude and MS

Latitude is significantly associated with the prevalence of multiple sclerosis: a meta-analysis
http://jnnp.bmj.com/content/early/2011/ ... 0432.short
"This, the most comprehensive review of MS prevalence to date, has confirmed a statistically significant positive association between MS prevalence and latitude globally. Exceptions to the gradient in the Italian region and northern Scandinavia are likely a result of genetic and behavioural–cultural variations. The persistence of a positive gradient in Europe after adjustment for ...
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Is the CCSVI procedure no longer available in Poland?

Hi all,

Sorry to create a new thread for this but things really are getting more complicated for some unknown reason.

As stated in a previous thread, im trying to contact clinics in Poland and Italy for the CCSVI procedure. I am CIS for MS and a doctor here in spain familiar with CTOS (very closely related to CCSVI) confirmed that blood flow in my right jugular was constricted by about 25%.

I have managed ...


Spinal Cord alteration in MS ......

Spinal Cord alteration in multiple sclerosis could lead to new therapeutic target

A recent study led by researchers at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto, Canada, revealed a promising new method for MS treatment. The study was published in the journal Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology and is entitled “Blocking GluR2–GAPDH ameliorates experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis...........” - Read More - http://www.ms-uk.org/nervecells
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RE COLD MICROPATICLES LEAD TO SPMS THERAPY

HI Friends Newszealand and Australian based companies designed and manufactured a micropaticiles can be used fight SPMS AND CANCERS
Read more attached
http://multiplesclerosisnewstoday.com/2 ... ign=buffer
regards
seeva
Read more : RE COLD MICROPATICLES LEAD TO SPMS THERAPY | Views : 187 | Replies : 0 | Forum : Drug Pipeline


Lhermitte's sign

Hello! I posted on here a few years ago and have since developed other neurological symptoms which are concerning. I was wondering what the odds are of having MS if you have Lermittes sign? I experienced this in the fall about ten times (sometimes I was able to recreate it right then), but haven't had it again since. Also I've developed muscle jerks/twitches on primarily my left side hand, thigh and foot and slight tremors ...
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High number of white blood cells in CSF

I am reposting this in a separate thread in hopes that this is seen by someone who has some insight on what is going on with me.

I have been seeing an optho neurologist for my eye issues and he ordered lumbar puncture. Yesterday, I was told there was a high number of white blood cells in my spinal fluid. I will be getting more results in the next few weeks. He said there is ...
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Helminthic Therapy

Dear All,

I am on Gylenia since September 2014 and I would like to start the Helminthic Therapy but I am worried that since I am already under an immuno supressant medication I may be exposing myself to too many risks as my body immune response to any other viruses/ cancer would be completly incapacitated.

I have asked 3 neurologysts and 1 is against, 2 are neutral regarding the use of helminths but none of ...
Read more : Helminthic Therapy | Views : 168 | Replies : 1 | Forum : Regimens


Lyme treatment center in Australia (Sydney)

I am not advocating or suggesting or recommending the following in any way, I just happened to come across the website and was a little surprised and also thought some may find it useful.

http://www.sydneylymeclinic.com/Home
Read more : Lyme treatment center in Australia (Sydney) | Views : 152 | Replies : 0 | Forum : Antibiotics


 

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