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Scientists accidently find new possible treatment for MS

Researchers from the University of Alberta have discovered an entirely new cellular mechanism, an underlying defect in brain cells, which may be to blame for the MS and a potential avenue of exploration for future treatment...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/scientists-accidently-find-new-possible-treatment-ms-310317
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New Copaxone user

Hello everyone,

So recently (about a month ago) I started using copaxone 40mg. It has been going ok I guess. I get soreness but I sleep it off most of the time. However, recently I've been getting skin reactions that turn red and puffy and last over a week and then leave a dark mark that looks like a blemish sort of that havent faded ( I know it hasnt been that long). I dont ...
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Scleroderma Testimonials (Coimbra Protocol)

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Scleroderma Testimonials (Coimbra Protocol)


Scleroderma is a long-term autoimmune disease that results in hardening of the skin. In the more severe form, it also affects internal organs. The cause is unknown. The underlying mechanism involves the body's immune system attacking healthy tissues. There is a strong association with certain mutations in HLA genes.


This Protocol requires the guidance and monitoring by a physician with specific training to analyze each particular case.

There is a ...
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Super Worried,super depressed

Hello pals,George from Greece,16 yo.Last September I experienced fasciculations in my body that drove me crazy.Dr Google said ALS and ms.The thing is that during the summer I was consuming a can of monster everyday.I mean everyday.I was super concerned that I had sth and I was crying basically everyday in fear of loosing my parents.Fasciculations still occur today and worsen with caffeine.Is it ms?I am so scared...
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Dr. Beggs' new article March 2017

https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.10 ... 51220-4_13

Inflammatory Disorders of the Nervous System
Part of the series Current Clinical Neurology pp 259-273
Date: 21 March 2017
The Venous Connection: The Role of Veins in Neurodegenerative Disease

Clive Beggs

Abstract
The cerebral venous drainage system has often been viewed simply as a series of collecting vessels passively channelling blood from the brain back to the heart. However, recent studies suggest that this system may ...


Crazy symptoms, scared to death

I'm a 47 year old female with no real health issues. In December I got what I thought was a sore throat. Pain when I swallowed. It went away but then my cheek and teeth hurt so I went to a dentist. He didn't find anything. It didn't go away so I went to my doc. The soft palate on one side was slightly swollen. She said sinus infection. I did three rounds of antibiotics ...
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Scientists turned spinach leaves into beating heart tissue

Scientists turned spinach leaves into beating human heart tissue

http://www.businessinsider.com/spinach- ... ood-2017-3

Researchers have successfully used spinach leaves to build functioning human heart tissue, complete with veins that can transport blood.

To tackle a chronic shortage of donor organs, scientists have been working on growing various tissues and even whole organs in the lab. But culturing a bunch of cells is only part of the solution - they ...
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New discussion forum: MS Etiology & Pathogenesis

New discussion forum: MS Etiology & Pathogenesis

Discuss research on the origins and possible causes of MS and its development.

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Kadimastem gran tedpatent for stem cell treatment technology

US grants Kadimastem patent for stem cell treatment technology

Israeli biotechnology company Kadimastem has been granted a United States patent for its technology used in stem cell treatment for multiple sclerosis (MS) and other neurodegenerative diseases...
http://www.ms-uk.org/US-grants-Kadimastem-patent-for-stem-cell-treatment-technology-23/03/17
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Quadriplegic man's arm brought back to life by thought

Quadriplegic man's arm and hand brought back to life by thought-control tech.
http://news.sky.com/story/quadriplegic-mans-arm-and-hand-brought-back-to-life-by-thought-control-tech-10817098
So if spinal cord lesions are keeping us from moving our limbs maybe this technology could allow us to regain movement.
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