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Thursday, June 23, 2011

MS in the News: Yoga, CYTOXAN, Balance Training, Rehabilitation, CCSVI and More,,,

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Patient's Bill of Rights/Preparing for your doctor visit, Rehabilitation programs, BALANCE TRAINING, Medical Marijuana, Clinical Trials, MS Patient Stories, CCSVI News, Stu's Views & MS News Blog Radio, 
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Review this week's ( 14) articles

Scientists at The University of Nottingham have discovered a molecular mechanism which could bring about the development of new treatments for multiple sclerosis (MS)
Jun 21, 2011

Hippo Therapy ( the use of Horses for balance training)
Jun 21, 2011

Helpful tips on preparing for any visit with a Health Care professional as well as the Patient's Bill of Rights
Jun 21, 2011

For the MS Patient - Medical Marijuana-What are your thoughts?
Jun 21, 2011

Your comments affect me and give me reason to forget my MS, while I do for all of you...
Jun 20, 2011
Jun 20, 2011

Multiple sclerosis affects more patients in summer
Jun 20, 2011

CCSVI Webinar - June 30th, 2011 - Updates on CCSVI
Jun 20, 2011

L'hermitte's sign - A symptom of Multiple Sclerosis
Jun 17, 2011

CCSVI treatment for MS focus of local session
Jun 17, 2011

Multiple sclerosis: Rehabilitation programs
Jun 17, 2011

Society of Interventional Radiology Foundation sets research priorities for minimally invasive treatments for MS patients
Jun 16, 2011

"TREATMENT STRATEGIES in Multiple Sclerosis" - education Program in Palm Beach, 
Jun 16, 2011

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Jun 16, 2011
Why my MS relapse was not a relapse… 
 By Cherie C. Binns RN BS MSCN
an MS Patient's story

I have been pretty much off the radar as far as my writing is concerned for several months now.  If you read my article “Cytoxan as an MS Therapy” dated July 10, 2010, you will know that I have been on Cytoxan to manage my Multiple Sclerosis (MS) now for nearly two years at this point.   Several months ago, I began not “bouncing back” after each infusion as rapidly and I had fewer and fewer good days.   Here is what things began to look and feel like.
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