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Should we treat RRMS as early as possible?

Early medical intervention for the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS) has been debated by experts for a number of years, with the likes of Gavin Giovannoni a Professor at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry and many others championing this course of action as a way of preventing irreversible disability...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/should-we-treat-rrms-early-possible

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OCREVUS ON PBS IN AUSTRALIA

Hi friends any one know when OCREVUS will be approved by AUSTRALIAN PBS BOARD
Your help appreciated
regards
seeva
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Brain inflammation associated with anxiety and depression...

Brain inflammation associated with anxiety and depression in RRMS patients

A recent study has associated brain inflammation with depression and anxiety in patients with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS).

The study, 'Neuroinflammation drives anxiety and depression in relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis', was published in the journal, Neurology and explored the inflammatory process in the development of psychiatric symptoms and the prognostic value of psychiatric comorbidities in MS...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/brain-inflammation-associated-anxiety-and-depression-rrms-patients

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Giulia Enders

Hi,

This woman will become one of the great educators of her generation. She wrote a lovely book called "Gut" which is actually full of useful information.

If you are unfamiliar with her then you will probably enjoy this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNMQ_w7hXTA

Regards,
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My sister was just diagnosed

Hello, everyone. Came here looking for answers and support. My 55-year old sister has just been diagnosed with MS. She is not computer savvy and so would not go on forums like this on her own. I am really freaked out by her symptoms, which have been falling (total muscle failure), seizures, violent tremors, periods where she could not speak coherently, or walk. (but even on good days she uses a cane to walk). Thankfully, ...
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More information about biotin

Intersections of Pathways Involving Biotin and Iron Relative to Therapeutic Mechanisms for Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

http://www.discoverymedicine.com/Rebecc ... sclerosis/

Abstract:

While there are a variety of therapies for relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (MS), there is a lack of treatments for progressive MS. An early study indicated that high dose biotin therapy has beneficial effects in approximately 12-15% of patients with progressive MS.

The mechanisms behind the putative improvements seen with ...
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Pattern III MS (distal oligodendrogliopathy) could be revers

Sublethal oligodendrocyte injury: A reversible condition in multiple sclerosis?

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1 ... 24944/full

Objective

Degeneration of oligodendroglial distal processes has been identified as an early event in multiple sclerosis (MS) lesion development. Our objective was to further define the development of the “dying-back” oligodendrocyte lesion in situ and to model the development and potential reversibility of such responses using dissociated cultures of adult human brain-derived oligodendrocytes.
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In situ analyses ...




Hello everyone

I am 31 year old male and over the last couple years I have been experiencing multiple symptoms. I guess I will discribe them as follow, but let me mention my doctor sent me to two neurologist with no important findings.

As of yesterday my memory loss, forgetfulness, and brain fog have proven increasingly worse. The blurry vision is a nightmere and my opthomologist continually tell me my eyes are fine. I also deal with ...
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Can I have MS and Gout both?

I have MS for last ten years. Due to constant pain and spascity in right hand, I got my uric levels tested which came out to be 7.5 . I have read MS and gout are inverse to each other. pl comment. :?
Read more : Can I have MS and Gout both? | Views : 357 | Replies : 8 | Forum : General Discussion


 

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