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Thread: Study finds age-related effects in MS may be reversible

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    hello all, an interesting study.......keep those studies coming, but only those which result in a patent for a mega price, blockbuster drug! !~!

    http://www.newswise.com/articles/vie...%3A+SciNews%29

    H.

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    This is an interesting study. I wonder if some young healthy person would like to to donate some young healthy mylen to be injected into one of us older persons? If so could it work?

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    Those magic mice. They have been cured in so many studies.

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    Hey, I have 6 nieces and nephews and I think they actually like me
    enough to want to keep me around.
    #2 neph and I were comparing recent hospital food experiences.

    Miami vs.upstate NY.

    Roast pork and flan vs.
    reconstituted chicken and something called strawberry shortcake w/ crushed graham cracker crumbs,
    strawberry pie filling and non dairy kreme held aloft by ?

    Pass the rum.
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    Hey, I like the sound of this one. Let's try it on an older person(MEEE) with MS, instead of one of those damn mouses!!!!

    Pass the Rum, Renee.....
    Love, Sally


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    How did a Diabetes Center get involved? Do people with diabetes have something similiar going on? Or was the center researching something else and they stumbled onto this?

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    hi parsi,

    i had heard a while back that MS and type 1 diabetes were indestinguishable in the lab. i don't really know what that means - but i did a quick search, & this popped up. you can see it's not a real fresh article, but even then folks were looking @ this relationship. article has a link to a long paper re this topic.

    http://www.thisisms.com/forum/genera...topic2301.html

    cheers,

    H.

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