Anything interesting out this year for progressive ms?

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Anything interesting out this year for progressive ms?

Post by Daisy3 » Sun Jan 02, 2011 12:50 pm

To the more knowledgeable on this site, are there any fab products/treatments coming out that may be worth keeping an eye out for?

Happy new year to you all:-)

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Re: Anything interesting out this year for progressive ms?

Post by NHE » Sun Jan 02, 2011 5:25 pm

Daisy3 wrote:To the more knowledgeable on this site, are there any fab products/treatments coming out that may be worth keeping an eye out for?

Happy new year to you all:-)
Hi Daisy,
Not an exact answer to your question, but this thread may be of interest to you.

Progressive Pipeline
http://www.thisisms.com/ftopict-5288.html


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Post by tzootsi » Mon Jan 03, 2011 9:01 am

One that might be of interest is idebenone, which is an over the counter supplement similar to co-q-10. Since it's quite safe and readily available, this might be worth taking on your own. The tongue electro stim therapy that Montel Williams is evaluating with the University of Wisconsin also looks interesting.

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Post by Daisy3 » Mon Jan 03, 2011 4:17 pm

Thanks guys,

will have a look and see what is out there..

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What to keep an eye on for progression

Post by Smilingface » Tue Jan 04, 2011 6:25 pm

Also of interest maybe the anti lingo drugs for restoration in the future.

I think I am having some luck with Gilenya at least slowing down my progression now. Should be able to tell better in 3-6 months.
Primary Progressive, Onset 10 years ago at age 42, diagnosis 6 years ago, Vit D, Chinese Herbs, Exercise, yoga. So far tried antibiotics, fumaric acid and 4AP. Currently participant in the FTY720/PPMS Trial.<br />

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