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665881 tn?1248930597 I hope this makes some feel better ;) Sammy ;) 15 June 2009 Australian and New Zealand researchers have accelerated research into Multiple Sclerosis by discovering two new locations of genes which will help to unravel the causes of MS and other autoimmune disease. Their findings will be published today in the prestigious journal Nature Genetics. “For decades the cause of MS has remained a mystery.
Avatar m tn Alan Barber, MD, PhD, a professor of clinical neurology at the University of Auckland in New Zealand, told MedPage Today in an interview. The study will be formally presented at the conference on Wednesday. The ISC released the information after an Australian publication reported the finding based on an embargoed press release.
Avatar f tn You have some wonderful hobbies, I do crafts as well, but sadly,not as much over here in New Zealand as everything is so expensive, but back home in the states, I made lots of neat things, I am glad you have a good social life, that helps a great deal as well. LOL, no, I won't try the Chlorthalidone, I don't take prescription drugs unless forced, but hey, I am glad you found out what is a very possible cause of your weight loss and lack of appetite.
Avatar f tn The clinical study will be conducted in Australia and New Zealand. Hopefully, this first of its kind study for treating hepatitis C will usher in a new era that will include many combinations of antivirals to treat hepatitis C, and which may ultimately lead to therapies that do not contain interferon or ribavirin.
Avatar n tn I first got infected with some nasty travel bug in New Zealand 3/12 - I think Giardia but it was never isolated. 6 months later I finally was treated for Giardia but I think it continued to reoccur. My gut has been an issue on and off but better now than it was ever before. 2 weeks ago tested by B6 and B12 and both were high - 90 B6 where normal is 30, B12 was 1200, normal up to 900. Soo...
Avatar f tn I've also read that cinnamon is effective in regulating blood sugar, especially in type 2 diabetes. It can be toxic in very high doses (but most things probably can). I also saw on CNN that cinnamon put on food (not in cap form) is not as effective due to the saliva interacting with it, so the capsules are supposed to be more effective. I was going to start putting it on my food instead of buying the caps until I heard that.
3060903 tn?1398568723 //www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4606744/ Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health Wiley-Blackwell, John Wiley & Sons Aust N Z J Public Health. 2015 Oct; 39(5): 452–457. Published online 2015 Oct 6. doi: 10.1111/1753-6405.
757137 tn?1347200053 Andrew Grey of the University of Auckland in New Zealand urges people NOT to take a D supplement. He also writes that most people shouldn't even bother to have their D levels measured. I wonder if this guy even bothers reading these journals. Let me help him out here, because a second new study finds that high levels of D can help save you from Parkinson's disease.
356518 tn?1322267242 In it, Dr. Andrew Grey of the University of Auckland in New Zealand urges people NOT to take a D supplement. He also writes that most people shouldn't even bother to have their D levels measured. I wonder if this guy even bothers reading these journals. Let me help him out here, because a second new study finds that high levels of D can help save you from Parkinson's disease.
Avatar f tn A blood sample is sent to New Zealand for this test. My suggestion is -if you haven't done so yet- is to get in touch with Dr. Garth Nicolson the expert in Pathogenic Mycoplasmas research and treatment. www.immed.org These pathogens, when active, can take over the immune system and your life! The greatest difficulty is detecting their presence, as they camouflage themselves wrapped in borrowed cell membrane. Very few tests and labs in the world are pertinent to this.
282804 tn?1236837191 I read a lot of news from around the world and I try to stay on top of what is happening in places like Zimbabwe, Dafur, and Pakistan, and we get a lot of propaganda from our govt about those countries and others,but sometimes I wonder if the propaganda our gov't feeds us is a way to control us with disinformation. They are always telling us how much better we have it all the way around over here and I am not convinced that that is true anymore.
242516 tn?1368227505 org/health_chats/register/34 ] ] ] ] The pandemic H1N1 flu (aka “swine flu”) began in April, and circulated in daycares, schools and camps over the summer but dropped off until very recently increasing to widespread levels again in many states. Virtually all the flu around now is the pandemic H1N1 virus. The H1N1 virus also predominated in the recent winter months of the Southern Hemisphere, which typically spreads north as we have our winter.
446474 tn?1446351282 S., Europe and New Zealand in this trial. I am planning on receiving a liver transplant in 5-6 months due to my HCC (liver cancer). My hepatologist will be leading the trial here at UCSF. I am a previous null-responder to treatment so the chance to try an all oral treatment is my best chance of curing my hepatitis C. This could free me from having to worry that my hepatitis will destroy my donor liver too in 5-10 years.
198419 tn?1360245956 ))) Thats New Zealand I'm talking about. Maybe you should all come stay with me for a couple of months!! lol!!
544292 tn?1268886268 Hi and Welcome Tramadol Warriors, Please come on in and make yourself comfy. All are welcome.
363281 tn?1518219421 I do know that I am very lonely now, I am from America, as I shared before, and living in New Zealand is not easy, I have some "acquaintances" but no one I can truly call a "friend" I have folks through my church (We are Salvation Army) that are nice, but again, I feel out of place with them. I want to return home, but I have no one that cares there either.
695915 tn?1228669552 This Live Presentation was recorded on Saturday 18th September 2010 at the Aotea Centre in Auckland, New Zealand Dr George Jelinek was diagnosed with MS in 1999. As a Professor in Emergency Medicine with a background as Editor -in- Chief of a major medical journal he began to sort through the medical literature on MS.
Avatar n tn THIS IS AN EPIDEMIC and mimics the symptoms of MS, Lupus and several other diseases. This had made news in New Zealand as the first reported case. WHAT EXPERTS SAY ABOUT ASPARTAME and ABBY CORMACK “Tragically, Abby's experience with aspartame is far from unique. In1985 I first encountered a clinical situation in which aspartame clearly triggered a manic episode in one of my patients.
Avatar m tn I don't know if the produce grown in brazil, italy, new zealand, france and so on is organic but it sure is damn good. Even mainland china at times was assume. No macrobiotic eaters out there?
Avatar f tn Does this Complex Atypical Endometrial Hyperplasia mean pre-cancerous IS REALLY cancer up further in the uterous? They are scaring me to death, and I feel that some of the new -to -be Dr's at the Clinic are really guessing. Maybe I am wrong, but I do know treatment is much different if you have insurance.
Avatar m tn "A British inquiry into BSE concluded that the epidemic was caused by cattle, who are normally herbivores, being fed the remains of other cattle in the form of meat and bone meal (MBM), which caused the infectious agent to spread." This is not done in New Zealand, and as far as I could find, there have been no cases of mad cow disease in New Zealand.
167426 tn?1254089835 Since I have been watching and posting at this forum, not only I have become more informed about this disease, but I have been trying to encourage my relations, friends and workmates to 'listen' to their bodies and get checked out. In New Zealand, there does not seem to be as much information readily available, except for the internet of course, so older women especially are not being informed of what symptoms can mean.
1530342 tn?1405020090 spent nearly $8,000 per person in 2009 on health care services, while other countries in the study spent between one-third (Japan and New Zealand) and two-thirds (Norway and Switzerland) as much. While the U.S. performs well on breast and colorectal cancer survival rates, it has among the highest rates of potentially preventable deaths from asthma and amputations due to diabetes, and rates that are no better than average for in-hospital deaths from heart attack and stroke.
Avatar m tn Itemid=1 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- THE TRANSPLANTATION SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION FROM DECEASED DONORS: CONSENSUS STATEMENT ON ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA AND ALLOCATION PROTOCOLS Version 1.2 — 16 May 2012 http://www.tsanz.com.au/downloads/16thMayTSANZConsensusStatementVs1.2_000.
Avatar n tn Too much of medication has damaged my system I guess. I am in New Zealand at present, and I do not know what medication should I go for, will Yogurt cure my problem? light.
676032 tn?1315677663 Who makes your ELTROXIN? Here is some interesting reading for you..... June 7 -- Folks in New Zealand are up in arms, because a reformulation of the drug Eltroxin (a brand name of levothyroxine manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline) appears to be causing problems in thyroid patients. Patients taking Eltroxin (which is government funded in New Zealand) are reporting all sorts of side effects and symptoms since the drug was recently reformulated.
Avatar n tn Has anyone had Surgical Treatment for there Costochondritis? Im from New Zealand and our information on Costoschondrities Treatment is: Treatment Often the symptoms of costochondritis resolve without treatment. Where treatment is required, the aim is to reduce inflammation and control pain. Treatment usually consists of: Rest and avoiding activities that worsen the pain Anti-inflammatory and pain relieving medications Ice and/or heat packs applied to the area.
Avatar n tn The two week wait is torture, but I am back at work so that helps the time to fly by. All the best to everyone from sunny New Zealand.
Avatar f tn I am looking forward for my new analyses in 3 months in time. I hope to keep lowering HBsAg... and who knows... perhaps hbeag gets negative soon... fingers crossed about nitazoxanide...do you know if it is necessary a doctor prenscription? which is its commercial name? Is htere any secondary effect in its utilisation? I would no have any problem adding new drugs on my tratment. Many thanks. ps.- I ve got the full paper about qHBsAg just in case you are interested.