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February 10, 2005

Idaho to Test Multiple Sclerosis Link to Nuclear Testing

"A study is under way to determine whether Idaho has a higher rate of multiple sclerosis than other Western states because of nuclear testing in Nevada decades ago."

October 02, 2004

Ancient Virus Protein Linked to Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's and Epilepsy Linked with Depression

"Syncytin, a virus protein that has been around for millions of years, may play a role in the nerve damage that occurs with multiple sclerosis (MS), scientists report in the journal Nature Neuroscience."

"Patients with chronic brain diseases such as Parkinson's disease and epilepsy have an unusually high rate of depression, too -- suggesting links between the conditions."

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August 26, 2004

Reversing Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's Disease, Migraine Headaches and Sex Hormones Linked

"Recent research shows that correction of upper neck injuries may reverse the progression of both Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's disease."

"A small group of Dutch male-to-female sex-change patients may have helped unravel some of the mystery of migraine headaches."

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July 30, 2004

Sex and MS, Nationwide Parkinson's Survey

When one partner is diagnosed with MS, it can have a big effect on the couple's sex life.

The Parkinson's Registry is "the first nationwide (USA) survey to compile data on Parkinson's disease from people with the disease." It is being organized by the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Research Center (MAPRC).

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