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Dr. Pimple Popper

Dr. Pimple Popper

Everyone has been talking about Dr. Pimple Popper so I finally tried it out. Everything everyone said was right, it is so gross but you can’t look away. I watch and my stomach is quesy yet I put on another episode. Makes me not so worried about my fungus that doesn’t hurt and keeps well hidden by socks. Some of the things people live with is unbelievable. I almost appreciate having multiple sclerosis which has worldwide recognition for research and…

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Metro article: We believe we can stop MS, and this is how

Metro article: We believe we can stop MS, and this is how

Came across this exciting article about repairing myelin yesterday and I wanted to share. https://metro.co.uk/2019/10/09/can-stop-multiple-sclerosis-10875070/?ito=article.amp.share.top.email Twenty-five years ago there were no treatments for multiple sclerosis (MS) – a neurological condition that affects more than 100,000 people living in the UK. Today the picture is very different. There have been major advances in treatment and, following a series of more recent discoveries, we believe we can stop MS. We’ve reached a point where we know what’s causing the disease to progress….

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MS Focus on Research for November

MS Focus on Research for November

This month they had a few interesting articles on new MS research I thought I’d enclose. https://msfocus.org/About-Us/MSF-News-Articles/167 A new study shows an overlooked source may be able to replace lost nerve insulation and provide a new way to treat multiple sclerosis. The discovery of mature myelin-producing cells’ capacity for repair opens new opportunities to slow or reverse the disease. That may call for new therapeutic approaches that rally the oligodendrocytes to reach out with new lifelines to damaged myelin sheaths….

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National MS Society Invests in Clinical Development of Human Antibody for Progressive forms of MS

National MS Society Invests in Clinical Development of Human Antibody for Progressive forms of MS

Another great article found in multiple sclerosis news today by Patricia Inacio, PHD. Fast Forward, a nonprofit subsidiary of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, will invest up to $330,000 to advance the clinical development of an antibody that was shown to lessen inflammation and nerve cell damage in a multiple sclerosis (MS) mouse model. The funding will help develop the antibody (a protein the immune system uses to neutralize pathogens such as bacteria and viruses) in order to have properties more similar to those…

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2018 MSAA’s New MS Research Update links

2018 MSAA’s New MS Research Update links

This is a super valuable link. I had this on my post yesterday and I think it got a little lost. The title wasn’t correct to attach this with. This shows you everything out on the market currently for MS. It shows the things that are currently in clinical trials as well as new research being developed in regards to MS. It is everything you need to know that is available, coming and being developed at this moment. https://mymsaa.org/publications/msresearch-update-2018/ For…

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