Embry: Actual data from PREMiSe suggests CCSVI is of value

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Re: Embry: Actual data from PREMiSe suggests CCSVI is of val

Post by blossom » 5 years ago

yes, very interesting discussion. poet, ya shoulda been a "detective" i think it's in your genes. "just the facts mam-just the facts!"

i agree with your thinking of this subject 100 per cent and i'd bet there are many others in the back ground who agree. even more so after reading the links you provided.

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Re: Embry: Actual data from PREMiSe suggests CCSVI is of val

Post by NHE » 5 years ago

Hi Centenarian,
Thanks for all of the data plots on the various DMDs. Here's something that your neurologist and the pharmas won't tell you.

Pierrot-Deseilligny et al. 2012 reported that every 10 nmol/L increase in 25-OH-D level, up to 110 nmol/L, was associated with a reduction in the relapse incidence rate of 13.7%.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22783368

A mere 30 nmol/L increase in 25-hydroxy vitamin D3 puts it in the efficacy range of interferon beta1a with a 41% reduction in relapses.

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Re: Embry: Actual data from PREMiSe suggests CCSVI is of val

Post by 1eye » 5 years ago

Well I've never heard it from a neurologist, but then I didn't have one for 3 or 4 years, and like many disease 'owned' by specialists, "MS" is not considered urgent, especially if you have very few relapses, as if it's OK, as long as you don't get surprised by suddenness anymore, and you no longer drive. Adios, appointments every year or so help keep the swimming pools clean.
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