Comments for Dr. Karen Lee's Blog https://drkarenlee.ca An Inside Look at MS Research Fri, 03 Feb 2017 20:30:54 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.6.3 Comment on Getting personal with a promising treatment approach to MS by ferne https://drkarenlee.ca/getting-personal-with-a-promising-treatment-approach-to-ms/#comment-456 Fri, 03 Feb 2017 20:30:54 +0000 https://drkarenlee.ca/?p=1430#comment-456 Karen thanks for.gettibg back to ne but now the slecalist tell me I secondary relapsing remiting.
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Comment on The faces behind the research: Spotlight on wellness and MS, Part I by drkarenlee https://drkarenlee.ca/the-faces-behind-the-research-spotlight-on-wellness-and-ms/#comment-448 Thu, 17 Nov 2016 20:52:33 +0000 https://drkarenlee.ca/?p=1508#comment-448 Hi Chatal,

Dr. Knox is working with the Saskatoon Health Region to recruit people living with MS who meet certain eligibility criteria and who live within 300 kilometres of Saskatoon. If you are interested in enrolling in Dr. Knox’s study, please contact research co-ordinator Darren Nickel at 306-655-8651 or Darren.Nickel@saskatoonhealthregion.ca.

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Comment on The faces behind the research: Spotlight on wellness and MS, Part I by Sue Arione https://drkarenlee.ca/the-faces-behind-the-research-spotlight-on-wellness-and-ms/#comment-447 Sat, 12 Nov 2016 12:46:12 +0000 https://drkarenlee.ca/?p=1508#comment-447 We have been doing a 3/4 sit with tai chi , qigong movements , 1/4 standing at bar on wall ( for leg and arms) program for MS students for over ten years. Some of them have been with us the entire time.
We do it once per week ( I believe 70$ per ten week session)

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Comment on The faces behind the research: Spotlight on wellness and MS, Part I by Chatal https://drkarenlee.ca/the-faces-behind-the-research-spotlight-on-wellness-and-ms/#comment-446 Fri, 11 Nov 2016 16:11:19 +0000 https://drkarenlee.ca/?p=1508#comment-446 How would I get in contact with Dr. Katherine Knox to participate?

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Comment on Targeting remyelination: A new chapter in MS therapies? by June Lawrence https://drkarenlee.ca/targeting-remyelination-a-new-chapter-in-ms-therapies/#comment-438 Mon, 03 Oct 2016 13:28:08 +0000 https://drkarenlee.ca/?p=1481#comment-438 Hi Dr. Lee,

I’m 63. I have SPMS. I can’t walk because of my knees. My upper is good although my left arm is getting stiff again since the venoplasty because of CCSVI done in 2010 in Mexico. I’d like to be a subject in your program. I’d like to get knee replacements and see if I can walk again with rehabilitation. My brain was rehabilitated with the venoplasty. I was drooling, had loss of concentration and my left arm Was all curled up due too lack of circulation. I couldn’t afford physical therapy for my legs and due to arthritis in my knees I can’t stand up any more.

I’d appreciate the chance to see how much of my body we can bring back to normal.

My two daughters and I went to the mind.body.movement seminar at the Calgary central library recently and we were all impressed. My daughter sent me a link to your page. I’m very excited to try and get better and walk again. I have two daughters and four grandchildren and want to do this for them as well as for myself.

Thank you,
June

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Comment on About by Linda Houle-Robert https://drkarenlee.ca/about/#comment-437 Fri, 30 Sep 2016 19:50:48 +0000 http://endms.wordpress.com/?page_id=1#comment-437 Hello,
I just wanted to share with you my excitement of the new wave of research that the MS Society is funding. I am particularly interested in the study investigating the micro biome and the link to MS, as well as the impact of physical activity on MS. I was training for my first marathon when i was first diagnosed 16 years ago and i have now just completed my 17th marathon. Exercise, daily meditation and changing my eating habits have really helped me better manage my MS.

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Comment on Targeting remyelination: A new chapter in MS therapies? by Kristen Kroen https://drkarenlee.ca/targeting-remyelination-a-new-chapter-in-ms-therapies/#comment-435 Sun, 25 Sep 2016 17:13:00 +0000 https://drkarenlee.ca/?p=1481#comment-435 Wonderful article!

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Comment on Targeting remyelination: A new chapter in MS therapies? by Cathy Chester https://drkarenlee.ca/targeting-remyelination-a-new-chapter-in-ms-therapies/#comment-433 Tue, 20 Sep 2016 00:42:58 +0000 https://drkarenlee.ca/?p=1481#comment-433 Thank you for explaining what was discussed at ECTRIMS regarding myelin repair. I appreciate your explanations and data. I look forward to sharing this with my readers. Thanks so much.

Cathy Chester
Official Blogger for CMSC
AnEmpoweredSpirit.com
Contributor, MultipleSclerosis.net and Huffington Post

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Comment on My day in Vancouver by Linden https://drkarenlee.ca/my-day-in-vancouver/#comment-432 Sun, 18 Sep 2016 18:35:28 +0000 https://drkarenlee.ca/?p=594#comment-432 Glad you visited our city and it’s great that you’re raising awareness for MS. I’m not into fast food, but if it’s for a good cause I’m game! 🙂

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Comment on World’s brightest minds gather in London for largest MS conference by Jim Eddington https://drkarenlee.ca/worlds-brightest-minds-gather-in-london-for-largest-ms-conference/#comment-428 Thu, 15 Sep 2016 13:54:12 +0000 https://drkarenlee.ca/?p=1450#comment-428 Glad to hear about advances in progressive ms.we need a break…

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