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In the video which was dated December 2012, Nan Luke said that she was going to begin taking oral medication for MS. I am interested in her medication and an update on her condition.
I am taking Tecfidera and doing well. Enjoying NO needles! The side effects were mild and temporary 1-2 months. Flushing was helped by taking an aspirin and taking the medicine on a full stomach remedied the mild nausea. Feel like I’ve been given 1/2 to 1 extra day each week- no more flu-like symptoms from the interferon therapy. Will see my neurologist shortly and discuss recent MRI.
Do you treat mitrochondria disorders
I am afraid not, at least not yet, Karen.
Hi Karen, we fund research into mitochondria disorders but this is early stage work and is a long way from being ready for testing in people.
Hi, I would like to have a contact information. My son has autism and we saw that you have knowledge about it.
Dear Carmen, thanks for the comment and I am so sorry to hear about your son. We are funding a lot of research targeting autism but nothing that is yet ready to be tested in people in a clinical trial. I’m sorry I cannot be of more help but wish you and your son all the very best
Looking through the different clinical trials and research areas, I didn’t see anything related to oral health, dentin regeneration, etc. Did I miss something or is that not of interest to CIRM & the alpha clinics? Seems there’s been a lot of talk, speculation, and research in this area elsewhere ant that stem cell therapy has a lot of potential with regards to our teeth.
Hi Omar, yes there is a lot of interest in this area but nothing that has yet progressed far enough to be tested in a clinical trial I’m afraid.
How do you sign up for trials I’ve been paraplegic for four years
You have to find a clinical trial that is appropriate for you Dakota. We’re a state agency so we fund research but don’t offer any therapies. Try the http://www.clinicaltrials.gov website and see if there’s a clinical trial there that seems appropriate for you.