intestinal flora, the so-called friendly bacteria that reside in the gut. They say the bacteria first activated the immune T-cells, then the B-cells, which resulted in an attack on the myelin layer in the brain, developing...
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Medical News: High-Dose Vitamin D No Help in MS - in Clinical Context, Multiple Sclerosis from MedPage TodaySupplementation with high-dose vitamin D failed to reduce the number or volume of MRI lesions in patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (MS), a small randomized trial found.
Among patients receiving high-dose vitamin D, the cumulative number of new gadolinium-enhancing lesions during the six-month study was 14 compared with 11 in a group that received low-dose supplementation, which was not a significant difference, according to Mark S. Stein, MBBS, PhD, of Royal Melbourne Hospital in Parkville, Australia, and colleagues.
High-dose vitamin D also was not associated...Read More here http://www.medpagetoday.com/clinical-context/MultipleSclerosis/29235