We are a team of graduate students in the Engineering Department of Santa Clara University (SCU), California.
Amyloid has potent anti-inflammatory abilities which may explain what it is trying to do in Alzheimers --and what it succeeded in doing in MS, when Stanford University researchers, led by Lawrence Steinman, systemically delivered it to paralyzed M
Does anyone know anything more about this?
When will this study be completed?
Any way to get access to this agent now?
This will be somewhat lengthy but I'll try to stay on point.
As newly diagnosed patient (after 02 months of symptoms start had closed for the diagnosed MS, it all in may of the last year) and reading about various research and treatments or possible treatments, have some questions ...For example, with respe
I would like to share with the participants of this Forum an experience my late wife had with a local hospital during her last hospitalization. Here is what happened.
"I would first file against the dietitian for not ordering the tube feeding properly. I am aa dietitian, with ms. Sorry tonesr your loss, Ann"
Why is there so little research done on Primary Progressive MS? I have often thought that Primary Progressive MS may even be a different disease than Lapsing-Remitting MS.
I am interested in your professional opinion(s) on the following:
Could the flu vaccinations given in 1976 or 1977 cause the disease Primary Progressive MS later in life for a person?
I developed Guillain-Barre Syndrome years ago which was related the a flu vaccination I had in 1976-1977.