Clinic speak: an holistic approach to MS version 3.1

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“I have finally updated my tube map on my holistic approach to MS; thank you all for giving me feedback and advice about adding new items. This is a work in progress so please send through your suggestions.”

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Prof G

Professor of Neurology, Barts & The London. MS & Preventive Neurology thinker, blogger, runner, vegetable gardener, husband, father, cook and wine & food lover.

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  • I am so glad that you are approaching MS this way. I am currently looking at the 'drug', Cytoflavin, with great interest. It is composed of Riboflavin, Succinic Acid, Inosine and Nicotinamide; four nutraceuticals that I am trying to put together for myself and others. There are currently 56 studies that support it's use in neurological disorders. It is used mostly in Russia and there are also a few markets in other countries in Europe/Asia. It is not available in the US (sadly). PubMed studies on this drug is fascinating as it improves cognition and other symptoms in many neurological disease. Please do your research everyone. This product falls on deaf ears at our major universities.

  • To Anonymous 30/8 8.02.00 pm – yes I was interested in this too – Cytoflavin, particularly as an alternate treatment for relapses. Love to get my hands on some and have it analysed. Maybe find a Russian MSer? If I were a male I'd go for a Russian bride – fair trade citizenship for the drug?

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