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Jeff Pile

Louisville, Kentucky
I am 36 years old and live in Louisville, Kentucky.  I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in January of 2009 so I am a newbie.  I am learning how to live with this disease each and every day.  I am on Betaseron shots every other day for treatment.  I started a daily blog,... Full Bio
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Teva reports successful results of Phase III study with oral Laquinimod in Multiple Sclerosis... by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Dec 09, 2010 (M2 EQUITYBITES via COMTEX) -- Pharmaceutical company Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd (Nasdaq: TEVA | PowerRating ) and Active Biotech ( ... Read on »
Important multiple sclerosis research find by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) EDINBURGH, Scotland, Dec. 7 (UPI) -- Scottish researchers say a discovery involving stem cells may lead to reversing nerve damage and paralysis caused by multiple sclerosi ... Read on »
New Research Discovers Possible Cure for Repairing Nerve Damage Caused by MS by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) A recent discovery by scientists can very well change the way multiple sclerosis is treated. The report that was published in the newspaper the Daily Express has reported ... Read on »
COLD! by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Good Sunday everyone and welcome to my blog. It's been a cold, snowy weekend here in Louisville, KY. Temps have been in the low 30's for highs and we had around an inch of ... Read on »
MS liberation 'a miracle' for Ottawa woman by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) By EARL MCRAE , QMI Agency OTTAWA - Hundreds of Canadians with multiple sclerosis have been flying to different countries for a controversial symptoms-alleviating brea ... Read on »
Cold Hump Day by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Happy Wednesday guys! It's cold today and the day started out with some light snow showers which tapered off early with no accumulation. Today is my last day of a short va ... Read on »
Brain Atrophy Responsible for Depression in People Battling Multiple Sclerosis by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) ScienceDaily (July 4, 2010) — Adding to all that ails people managing their multiple sclerosis is depression ― for which MS sufferers have a lifetime risk as high as 50 ... Read on »
Last Sunday In November by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Where has time gone? We just had Thanksgiving and now Christmas is right around the corner. Thanksgiving was great except my grandfather had a minor stroke a few hours bef ... Read on »
Environmental Toxin "Acrolein" May Help Cause Multiple Sclerosis by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Researchers from have discovered that an may aid in the cause of multiple sclerosis. The study's lead researcher is Riyi Shi, a medical doctor and professor of ... Read on »
Thanksgiving! by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Tomorrow is Thanksgiving which has turned into one of my favorite holidays. Enjoy your time off and the time with family and friends. Please be safe in your tra ... Read on »
Treat and reverse multiple sclerosis with chronic pain medicine by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) By Boonsri Dickinson | Nov 22, 2010 Linda Watkins discovered that a chronic pain medication might be used to treat and possibly reverse the progression of multiple sclero ... Read on »
I Need Glasses by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Friday I had an appointment with an eye doctor who specializes in patients with neurological problems like myself. Since being diagnosed with MS almost 2 years ago, I've ... Read on »
New technology helping multiple sclerosis patients regain mobility by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) DENVER -- Colorado has almost 10,000 people with multiple sclerosis, and that directly affects more than 72,000 of their family and friends.It’s a progressive disease, which ... Read on »
Hump Day November 17, 2010 by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Happy Wednesday everyone and welcome to a the week before Thanksgiving! This is my favorite time of the year as the season is changing, the holidays are approaching and col ... Read on »
A Funny Commercial I Made This Week by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) This is a Christmas spot for a client here in Louisville who wanted something off the wall, funny and memorable. This was a group effort with my Production staff here and ... Read on »
Good Weekend by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Today is Sunday November 14th, 2010 and its been a good weekend so far. Kristain and I spent part of yesterday in Elizabethtown at my parents who were babysitting my younge ... Read on »
For every Twitter follower, Breaking Development donates $1 towards Multiple Sclerosis research by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) As Multiple Sclerosis (MS) heats up with exciting research breakthroughs, Breaking Development uses its social media expertise to raise money for the National MS Society. Al ... Read on »
Quebec MDs warn against controversial MS treatment by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Multiple sclerosis patients should not travel abroad to undergo a controversial treatment and no doctor in Canada should offer to perform it, the body representing Quebec ... Read on »
Neuro/Psych Test Results by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Hey guys, I hope all is well. Today I received my neuro/psych test results which I had taken because my short term memory had really gotten bad over the last 8-12 months. S ... Read on »
FDA Approves Nuedexta by Jeff Pile Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Oct 29, 2010 The first drug specifically developed to treat uncontrollable laughing or crying, also called pseudobulbar affect, or PBA, has been approved by the U.S. Food a ... Read on »