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    Default Welcome PLM members

    Some of you might remember when this forum shut down several times, and eventually many members left ...? Well now another very busy forum on the internet has decided to re-invent their software wheel, which is causing considerable grief for the existing members.

    I have suggested they might want to move over to this forum, so there may be an influx of new members. If so, please join me in welcoming them.

    Cherie
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    Jean-Martin Charcot, 1825 - 1893

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    I'm sure everyone here will be glad to have new people on board.

    MS diagnosed 1980. Avonex 2002-2005. Copaxone 6/07 - 5/10.
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    well, I am here ... and OMG you mean I can bold, italic ... I CAN UNDERLINE

    I can change size!!!
    /faint and color /end faint

    the freedom of expression overwhelms
    /sob

    ROFL
    tam

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    Welcome, slowmo.tam!

    If you click "Go Advanced" at the bottom right of the message window, you'll find you're able to do more interesting things. You might have to wait until your 11th post before some of these wonders are available but hang in there.
    MS diagnosed 1980. Avonex 2002-2005. Copaxone 6/07 - 5/10.
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    Hi Slowmo.tam and welcome to Braintalk. I think you will like our group here. We hope to see you often.

    Cherie, so nice to see you are still around. Hope you are doing well.
    Virginia

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    Welcome Tam, nice to meet you.
    Love, Sally


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    Default Welcome to All

    Yes, we need some fresh new members here on Brain Talk....Welcome to one and all!

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    Thanks everyone, and hi Tam!

    I guess they are still hoping that things will improve there, and they are trying to work with the techies to make that happen. Either some big changes will be made, or people will eventually get used to that they won't be making them ... so I'm not sure if any/many will end up here eventually or not.

    Hi Virgina, Agate, Sally, Gabriella ... nice to see y'all. I haven't been cruizing around the net so much any more; I have tended to stick to one forum now (although I do regularly visit Agate's as well, for research). I like a very busy (or very informative) environment, so that's where I normally spend my time.

    Yes, Virginia, I am still doing the same, healthwise ... exactly, lol. Still on LDN (almost 8 yrs), still the same EDSS, still plugging along. I did have one relapse a few years ago, but it wasn't nearly as bad as pre-LDN and I wasn't left with any additional disability for the first time!

    How have you ladies been?

    Cherie
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    Jean-Martin Charcot, 1825 - 1893

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    I can never figure out how to get back to the MS forum here, without going through the whole list of them again, once I post ...?

    Cherie
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    Jean-Martin Charcot, 1825 - 1893

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    I can never figure out how to get back to the MS forum here, without going through the whole list of them again, once I post ...?

    Cherie
    Hi Cherie..Once you are at the MS Forum, add the link to your favorites.
    Love, Sally


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