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Wednesday, June 6, 2012 11:31 PM | CCSVI in Multiple Sclerosis Volg link
How timely. Dr. Steinman (the co-creator of Tysabri and the topic of our recent notes) is in the news today, talking about non-toxic ways to help people with MS. Fatty acids. "Steinman said the new approach with fatty acids may be safer than Tysabri, which generated $1.1 billion in sales (BIIB) last year." Ya think?

Fatty Acids in Brain May Help Multiple Sclerosis Patients
Fatty acids that occur naturally in the brain may reduce inflammation associated with multiple sclerosis, a Stanford University study suggests, a finding that may lead to a new approach to treat the disease.