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  • Jer788
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    Donated & good luck. Jerry x

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  • nunhead_man
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    Thanks from me too Steve

    My neurologist has been playing with mice in this regard and was suggesting that he had some positive results.

    I have sent him this link As he is presently riding his bike to Paris to raise money for the MND Association - errr

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    jemeen sreedharan
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    London-Paris-Geneva 🚵🏽*♂️, 700miles, 36,000ft of climbing done! All for MND research. Amazing achievement by #TeamMND @DrNikSharma @ella_burchill @izzy_kacz

    Back to the lab on Monday💪🏾🔬
    Please donate (link: https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fun...aran&pageUrl=1) uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-dis…

    @kingsmnd @brain_kcl @KingsIoPPN @UCLIoN @mndassoc
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    Warmly

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  • Terry
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    Thanks Steve,

    It's good to keep us updated with potential things that can affect us.

    Love Terry

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  • Gut bacteria may affect the course of ALS research shows

    This is well worth a read

    one strain of gut bacteria , Akkermansia muciniphila, significantly slowed disease progression in the mice and prolonged their survival.

    https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...0722111923.htm

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-49070182

    Akkermansia muciniphila gut bacteria can be increased with FOS supplement, see below

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6223323/

    FOS supplement , see below

    https://www.landyschemist.com/lamber...SABEgJorvD_BwE
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