What have Leprosy, tuberculosis, psoriasis, type 1 diabetes and MS in common?

As strange as it might sound. Leprosy, tuberculosis, psoriasis, type 1 diabetes and MS might have one common fact — clofazimine. Clofazimine has been on the market for more than 100 years. Some brilliant people at Johns Hopkins have found out that clofazimine has some kind of interaction in our immune system. It would be too technical to go further into detail — but you can read more about this at the sciencedaily website.

Where do we go from here? All I can say on this matter is that I do believe that with all the good news I am reading tthese days that our live will get better. They will find the one medication that will be able to cure MS at one point. We just have to hang in there and hope that the ms cure will come in time for us to have a positive outcome, as well.

Try to have a positive outlook, as well. To me — every day I read about new studies in MS research is a good day. All we have to do is wait for the one big finding that will help us all.  And who knows — this day might come quicker than we think.

So cross your fingers and take care.


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