You have got to read this. Well written and an easy read. It helps us to understand and explain a lot of the changes that happen to ‘us’ the patients when given a diagnosis and moved into the MS category. https://multiple-sclerosis-research.org/2019/07/identity/
Multiple sclerosis research is at an exciting time. In recent years we have seen a range of new treatments enter the market, and our community of MSers are always happy to talk about the latest MS news. You can find out how new treatments are developed through clinical trials and what scientists think the next breakthrough will be by watching our MS Reporters videos or asking you own questions to MS Experts.
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Yes I have marfan but not quite because im not huge It doesnt effect other organs thats what spine dr said He booked for genes dr to do genetic test Got vertigo on Monday for few minutes Still get dizzy bed time but nit as bad as vertigo just as start of it
Good morning everyone! So I start treatment on July 26th and my doctor wants to start me on a pill form. I wanted to know some of your experiences with Gilenya and or Aubagio. I know these work different for everyone but I’m kind of clueless when it comes to medications and which one to start , I…
Well, wizards of a sort. It is an open day all about HSCT (stem cells) in London tomorrow. Ought to be very interesting. Really looking forward to it.
I have appointment with neurologest next week and the dr that feals with genetic diseases Can u tell me about meds u exoerienced and wasnt good as pain killer for burning feet So i avoid it if dr prescribed it
Looking forward to my enforced rest day with drug induced temporary snooziness. Having been Dx’d for 26y, Ocrelizumab is my 4th DMT. Rebif and Copaxone are so very yesterday – had them both back in the day – then Tecfidera until Ocrelizumab was licensed back in Dec 18. I had my fi…