- THIS Week's Postings ( 21 MS related + 4 others )
- We have a listing of Informational sources found on our website.
- A how to, on how to know what is being posted to the blog, as it is being posted.
- Information on the Bio Ness L300 for Foot drop.
- A New Reader Comment (others are welcomed at any time)
- Have you heard of OHG - the BuZZ
- Or of the New FaceBook site called "FIGHT MS"
- Or of MS Blog Central - This is mainly for those who blog each day
- On our website, take a look at the Shared MS Resources
- Want to know of Pseudobulbar Affect?
- Misc. MS News on Teva's Copaxone and Biogen's Tysabri and recurring info on Vitamin "D"
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- Cooling Vests
- Social Security Disability
- MS Lifelines (Rebif / Novantrone / Rx Financial Support and more)
- a Pseudobulbar Research Study
- a Laquinimod Research Study
- Neurological Associates Research (oral Fumarate, oral Fingolimod and Campath)
- The MS Centers of Florida Foundation
- MS Center of Miami
- Housing and Assistive Technologies (Housing Modifications for the disabled)
- The Myelin Project
- MS Refugees
- The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation (MSF)
- MS Friends
- MS Society of Canada
- MSRC - UK - Multiple Sclerosis Resource Centre
My name is Rita and I subscribe to your newsletter. I just wanted to take a moment and thank you for all you do… J Your newsletter is always informative, and covers such a variety of things – and your website is amazing! I have yet to be able to investigate it all… I need more time in the day, lol. I also wanted to commend you on the way you do your fundraising. You are never pushy, never make people feel guilty, never make people feel they need to give an arm and a leg. The kind of person you are shines thru….
I am 45 and was just diagnosed a year ago. I was on Rebif for several months, and now I am on Tysabri, as my symptoms did not respond to the Rebif and things were progressing – plus it made me wicked sick all the time. I have had a lot to wrap my head around in a very short time, and have spent the past year reading and researching and educating myself. I am in the medical field myself, and have a pretty good working knowledge of things…. But I still had so much to learn, and I keep learning. Knowledge somehow helps give me comfort I guess.. J
Your site has been one I go back to again and again.. I always find something interesting or informative there. Thank you again for all you do, and the time you spend doing it. I just wanted you to know how much your hard work is appreciated…
J Hope you have a great day!
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Forbes - NY,USA
AP , 02.04.09, 01:26 PM EST European regulators approved Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.'s multiple sclerosis drug Copaxone as a preventative treatment, ...
Forbes - NY,USA
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Times Online - UK
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