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Are enhancing lesions necessary for Campath??

Yippee!!

I've gotten the OK from my oncologist for HSCT!

I have an appointment Thursday with neuro to discuss it.

But I'm trying to get a back up plan and a back up for my back up plan.

I do not have enhancing lesions. I'm afraid THAT's gonna stop me now. UGH!

Are enhancing lesions also a requirement for Campath......HiCY.........Revimmune??

Thanks!! :)
diane
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Australia gets cutting-edge microscope

The "secrets of life" could be revealed by a powerful new microscope, the only one of its kind in Australia.

THE $5million, three-metre tall microscope, unveiled at Monash University in Melbourne, allows researchers to see molecular structures at very high resolution.

"This is one of the most exciting days of my life," said Professor James Whisstock, the Australian Research Centre's director of advanced molecular imaging.

Professor Whisstock hopes the microscope will lead to better treatments ...
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Thyroid & MS

Hello All,

A bit of background first ...

For the last one year, I have been going through horrendous joint and muscle aches.
As always, I felt that these aches are temporary and will go away. But I started following up with general physician
June last year. Thyroid tests showed TSH levels high (8+) and additional tests showed high thyroid antibodies.

Doctor put me on very mild thyroid supplements. I had some improvements after starting ...
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23, worried and looking for insight..

Hello,


My ordeal began about 3 weeks ago...
I noticed I was having urinary urgency/frequency accompanied by abdominal pressure and some bowel issues.
*Ruled out: UTI, ovarian cyst, kidney stones, & blood work came back normal.
Let me just state that I have extreme anxiety when it comes to this kind of stuff. 8O
Bowel issues have improved since. The pressure is gone. Urinary issues aren't quite ...
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Some thoughts on my situation

I know this is all something you guys have seen before. All of you seem very knowledgable and in touch with this issue and hope to get an opinion on my situation:

MRI Results- Cerebrum: Scattered foci of subcortical, periventricular white matter T2 and FLAIR hyper intense signal abnormality.

Reason for test- GP ordered MRI after my diagnosis of severe depression and cluster headaches. Plus, my admittance of several concussions.

Bloodwork- normal
Health statistics- 30 ...
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NEW TO THIS FORUM

I'm 41 y/o male. I was diagnosed with MS back in June, 2014. I don't have many symptoms. I have neuropathy in both feet. It doesn't hurt but there. I'm still active and run alot, play basketball and softball. I also lift weights pretty heavy 5-6 times per week. There hasn't been any limitations. My legs feel weaker than before, but it hasn't been that big of a deal. I'm also 41, lol.

Back in ...
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Prevention of chronic disease in the 21st century

Prevention of chronic disease in the 21st century: elimination of the leading preventable causes of premature death and disability in the USA (2014)
With non-communicable conditions accounting for nearly two-thirds of deaths worldwide, the emergence of chronic diseases as the predominant challenge to global health is undisputed. In the USA, chronic diseases are the main causes of poor health, disability, and death, and account for most of health-care expenditures. The chronic disease burden in the ...
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VEP (Visual Evoked Potential) and Occipital Neuralgia

Does a VEP help in confirming Occipital Neuralgia? Has anyone else suffered from Occipital Neuralgia?

I've experienced symptoms consistent with Occpital Neuralgia for two years, but never knew what to call it. Just discovered what it is, and am wondering if my upcoming VEP would shed light on whether it is something I am suffering from.

(Please no vitamin B12 stuff on this post, TIA).
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Overwhelmed with nutritional/vitamin information

I'm not a very good patient. I eat Taco Bell a couple times a month, I eat burgers, I drink beer... something tells me this stuff isn't on any of the preferred MS diets.

I want to eat right and keep myself held together as long as possible but unfortunately I can't sort it all out. There's so much information. Nutrition-wise, there's the Swank diet, the Wahls diet, the Real Man diet, the Paleo diet, ...
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Agraphia with MS

I haven't been on the site awhile mostly due to getting sick of the same 2 or 3 people copy and pasting the same garbage in each thread. However I was thinking about something today and wanted to put it up to the forum and look for input.

Has anyone noticed symptoms similar to Agraphia with MS? Having a hard time grabbing the correct word in a sentence or while typing? It seems for me ...
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