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Audra Jones has written 1 Immune System Diseases articles, has received +8 recommendations and is currently the #11 ranked expert in this subject.
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December starts with the awareness warning of AIDS/HIV. On the first day of December World AIDS Day is observed globally to create awareness about the alarming transmission of AIDS/HIV. It is the most dangerous threat to the modern world which has not discovered any vaccination to arrest the infecting virus HIV. Humanity is struggling to control this deadly disease which is spreading at an epidemic speed in the globalized modern lifestyle.
Published by +Paulose 63 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +9 votes | 0 comments
One such auto immune disorder is Myasthenia Gravis. It is thought to be the result of deficiencies of acetylcholine at the myoneural junctions. Basically this translates in to that the nerves within muscle can no longer transmit signals or that the signals are so weak that muscle can no longer function properly. So what do physicians look for if they suspect Myasthia Gravis
Published by John Ferry 65 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +2 votes | 0 comments
Guillain Barre Syndrome can come on suddenly and is a type of autoimmune disorder that causes the victim’s body to essentially attack itself in some fashion. In this case it is the nervous system that is affected. It can come on quickly and become severe in a matter of hours to days.
Published by Judith Barton 70 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +5 votes | 2 comments
Sjogren's Syndrome is one of more than 100 known autoimmune diseases. It affects between two and three per cent of the general population. Women are nine times more likely to be affected than men. The main targets of this miserable condition are the secretary glands. The most commonly affected are the salivary or parotid glands and the tear ducts. With a mean time to diagnosis of nine years, it is natural to wonder if there are any early warning signs. The answer is very surprising.
Published by Kimberly Martin 71 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +4 votes | 0 comments
The new MS drug is an oral medication named Gilenya. What is known about this new MS treatment and its cost to MS patients?
Published by Darline Kilpatrick 90 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +12 votes | 12 comments
Lupus types, symptoms, signs, and support groups.
Published by Taylor Rios 90 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +8 votes | 0 comments
Multiple sclerosis is a degenerative autoimmune disease which attacks the central nervous system. During the progression of multiple sclerosis, the immune system attacks the myelin sheath, or protective coating, covering your nerves.
Published by Allison Hebron 92 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +4 votes | 0 comments
Boost your immune system naturally with these tips.
Published by Fiona McKay 92 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +5 votes | 1 comments
Aids has been around for decades. Still, it can't be cured. Why not? Read more here...
Published by BlaBla 92 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +3 votes | 0 comments
Scleroderma is a disorder caused by inappropriate responses from the immune system. The disorder causes thickening of the skin and connective tissue of the body.
Published by Charlene Collins 94 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +8 votes | 4 comments
As if being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis isnÂ’t difficult enough to cope with you now find yourself at rock bottom and suffering with depression. You feel no one understands and no matter how much you try to be positive and shake off this demon you just canÂ’t.
Published by lisa leverton 94 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +23 votes | 12 comments
At NottinghamÂ’s University hospital in England a team of researches have been busy looking into ways in which hook worms can help people with the auto-immune disease Multiple Sclerosis.
Published by lisa leverton 96 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +11 votes | 13 comments