parasiteatwork

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I am very new to the field of neurology and am supposed to write a paper on- "The benefits of Novatrom treatment in secondary progressive Multiple Sclerosis". I was wondering if anyone could give me some internet sites from where i could get some information.
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parasiteatwork said:
Hello
I am very new to the field of neurology and am supposed to write a paper on- "The benefits of Novatrom treatment in secondary progressive Multiple Sclerosis". I was wondering if anyone could give me some internet sites from where i could get some information.
Thanks
To do some honest reseach? http://www.pubmed.gov

To copy information from? http://loser.before-reality.net/
 

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parasiteatwork said:
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I am very new to the field of neurology and am supposed to write a paper on- "The benefits of Novatrom treatment in secondary progressive Multiple Sclerosis". I was wondering if anyone could give me some internet sites from where i could get some information.
Thanks
Perhaps you mean "Novantrone" (also known as mitoxantrone)?
Try plugging that into a google search and you should get plenty.

And hey, how about that natalizumab? :thumbdown: :thumbdown: :thumbdown:
Didn't even survive as long as the Cox 2's before it was yanked today! And to think I was just considering throwing my 1st couple of patients on it . . . .
 

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neurologist said:
And hey, how about that natalizumab? :thumbdown: :thumbdown: :thumbdown:
Didn't even survive as long as the Cox 2's before it was yanked today! And to think I was just considering throwing my 1st couple of patients on it . . . .
Yeah, that is a bummer. Galetta at UPenn gave us a noon lecture on the preliminary results during interview day in November. It seemed extremely promising...
 
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Thnx guys....for the help!!! :)
 

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GopherBrain said:
Yeah, that is a bummer. Galetta at UPenn gave us a noon lecture on the preliminary results during interview day in November. It seemed extremely promising...
So did Felbamate, way back when . . .
And Trovan . . .
And FenPhen . . .
And Clozaril . . .
And troglitazone . . .
And cisapride . . .

The list goes on . . . .

As long as we delude ourselves into thinking that medications can and/or should be 100% safe for all patients under all circumstances, we're going to miss out on a lot of "promising" possibilities.

Tylenol has killed more people than all the above combined.