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Hepatitis B vaccine

France has stopped using the Hepatitis B Vaccine due to it's link to MS. Think it would be wise to stop using vaccines because of the side effects which can result.

http://thinktwice.com/hepb.htm
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MS patients lack support in managing chronic bowel problems

People with multiple sclerosis (MS) are not receiving the support they need to manage bowel problems, a report has revealed..... Read More - http://www.ms-uk.org/MSnews
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Which are the safest (and least safe) MS drugs on the market

A new comprehensive report on the safety of MS drugs may have doctors rethinking their recommendations.

The results are in, and according to a recent report comparing the safety records of all multiple sclerosis (MS) drugs on the market, Tecfidera took the top safety prize. The report reveals that newer MS drugs received high marks for safety, while older interferon drugs had more reported side effects...... Read More - http://www.ms-uk.org/drugsresearch
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SSDI Fraud

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Heat = MS symptoms - Nerves or Blood Flow Restriction?

I have repeatedly noticed with myself that the warming of my body causes:
1) Louder, tighter sounding tinnitus
2) Worsening of most MS symptoms

I have wondered what is the true cause of the above symptoms. It is looking like heat causes the body to have exterior vasodilation and interior vasoconstriction. This also fits with what a doctor once told me. Any of us that are into the blood flow aspects of MS know that ...
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Symptoms are pointing to a possible diagnosis

This is my first post and would love any feedback! I just had a baby 4 months ago and I have heard that MS symptoms can really get going postpartum. This could be the case with me.

I'll start with my first symptom. Eight years ago I got a tingling, numb sensation in the middle of my back, to the right of my spine. This spot comes and goes and can drive me crazy when ...
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Bacteria in the food

The article explains why we are seeing the contamination of bacteria in the meat we eat. Stop shopping at the supermarkets and go organic if you want good health.

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/artic ... =571353281
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Increased MS relapse rates after Tysabri discontinuation

Treatment of Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis After 24 Doses of Natalizumab -<br>
Evidence From an Italian Spontaneous, Prospective, and Observational Study (the TY-STOP Study)

Marinella Clerico, MD; Irene Schiavetti, BS; Stefania F. De Mercanti, MD; Federico Piazza, MD; Dario Gned, MD; Vincenzo Brescia Morra, MD; Roberta Lanzillo, MD; Angelo Ghezzi, MD; Anna Bianchi, BS; Giuseppe Salemi, MD; Sabrina Realmuto, MD; Patrizia Sola, MD; Francesca Vitetta, MD; Paola Cavalla, MD; Damiano Paolicelli, MD; Maria Trojano, MD; Maria ...


'Master switch' for myelination in human brain stem cells...

'Master switch' for myelination in human brain stem cells is identified

Scientists at the University at Buffalo have identified the single transcription factor or "master switch" that initiates the critical myelination process in the brain. The research will be published online in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) on June 30.

The identification of this factor, SOX10, in human brain cells, brings researchers closer to the goal of treating multiple sclerosis (MS) by ...
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First Exoskeleton Gets FDA Approval For U.S. Sales

Finally starting to see the first of the robotic devices for paralyses as hopefully in the near future these will be designed for those of us with neurological diseases and not just for spinal cord paralyses.

http://www.popsci.com/article/science/f ... a-approval
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