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  • Multiple Sclerosis | Multiple sclerosis
    20 July 2011 22 54 Twitter Source Wikipedia Multiple sclerosis is a chronic disease that affects the nervous system The inflammation of these nerves makes communications difficult and the system begins to fail The pattern seems to vary from person to person and therefore the symptoms also vary The inflammation and loss of the myeline or the outer nerve coating gets damaged and this leads to and creates a scar

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  • Multiple Sclerosis | Multiple sclerosis
    disease that affects the nervous system The inflammation of these nerves makes communications difficult and the system begins to fail The pattern seems to vary from person to person and therefore the symptoms also vary The inflammation and loss of

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  • Diseases | Keshe Foundation
    presentations Keshe News Webshop Products Your Cart Terms of use Forums Links Contact COPD Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Details Created on Saturday 15 October 2011 16 08 from Wikipedia Gross pathology of a lung showing centrilobular type emphysema characteristic of smoking This close up of the fixed cut lung surface shows multiple cavities lined by heavyblack carbon deposits Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPD also known as chronic obstructive lung disease COLD chronic obstructive airway disease COAD chronic airflow limitation CAL and chronic obstructive respiratory disease CORD is the co occurrence of chronic bronchitis and emphysema a pair of commonly co existing diseases of the lungs in which the airways become narrowed 1 This leads to a limitation of the flow of air to and from the lungs causing shortness of breath dyspnea In clinical practice COPD is defined by its characteristically low airflow on lung function tests 2 In contrast to asthma this limitation is poorly reversible and usually gets progressively worse over time In England an estimated 842 100 of 50 million people have a diagnosis of COPD 3 Read more Shop Books Click on the image to order our books Papers Click on the image to download papers

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  • Diseases | Keshe Foundation
    Transportation Environment Agriculture Nanotechnology ICT Defence Other applications Licensing Patents Media papers Interviews Presentations Scientific papers Video presentations Keshe News Webshop Products Your Cart Terms of use Forums Links Contact Coma Coma Details Created on Wednesday 20 July 2011 23 04 Source Wikipedia A coma is a profound state of unconsciousness According to the contemporary medicine world a person in a coma cannot be awakened fails to respond normally to pain light or sound does not have sleep wake cycles and does not take voluntary actions Coma may result from a variety of conditions including intoxication metabolic abnormalities central nervous system diseases acute neurologic injuries such as stroke and hypoxia A coma may also result from head trauma caused by mechanisms such as falls or vehicle collisions The underlying cause of coma is bilateral damage to the reticular formation of the hindbrain also known as the rhombencephalon which is important in regulating sleep Coma usually necessitates admission to a hospital and often the intensive care unit Shop Books Click on the image to order our books Papers Click on the image to download papers by M T Keshe Magrav Power Systems Click on the image to order the Magrav Power

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  • Diseases | Keshe Foundation
    open for Research Other diseases Testimony Videos Materials Diamond Layering Graphene production Carbon treated New materials Energy Power cells Energy opportunities Energy technology Transportation Environment Agriculture Nanotechnology ICT Defence Other applications Licensing Patents Media papers Interviews Presentations Scientific papers Video presentations Keshe News Webshop Products Your Cart Terms of use Forums Links Contact Epilepsy Epilepsy Details Created on Wednesday 20 July 2011 23 02 Source Wikipedia Epilepsy is a common chronic neurological disorder characterized by recurrent unprovoked seizures These seizures are transient signs and or symptoms of abnormal excessive or synchronous neuronal activity in the brain Epilepsy is usually controlled but cannot be cured with medication and surgery is sometimes been considered in difficult cases Epilepsy should not be understood as a single disorder but rather as syndromic with vastly divergent symptoms but all involving episodic abnormal electrical activity in the brain Shop Books Click on the image to order our books Papers Click on the image to download papers by M T Keshe Magrav Power Systems Click on the image to order the Magrav Power Systems Pain Aid Pad Click on the image to order the KFSSI Pain Pad CO2 Capture Kit This product will be offered again soon

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  • Diseases | Keshe Foundation
    Wednesday 20 July 2011 22 54 Source Wikipedia Multiple sclerosis is a chronic disease that affects the nervous system The inflammation of these nerves makes communications difficult and the system begins to fail The pattern seems to vary from person to person and therefore the symptoms also vary The inflammation and loss of the myeline or the outer nerve coating gets damaged and this leads to and creates a scar

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  • Diseases Open for Research 1 | Diseases open for Research
    on Wednesday 22 October 2014 16 42 Twitter Diseases Open for Research Health Center Keshe Foundation Malta Required documents before consideration of a case 1 Blood test confirming the diagnosis 2 Image investigations SCAN MRI X Ray 3 Medical documents

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  • Diseases open for Research 2 | Diseases open for Research
    Cart Terms of use Forums Links Contact Diseases open for Research 2 Details Category Diseases open for Research Created on Sunday 19 October 2014 18 36 Last Updated on Friday 21 November 2014 13 24 Twitter Diseases open for Research Health Center Keshe Foundation Malta 1 Morbus Crohn 2 Xeroderma Pigmentosum Children of the Night 3 Alzheimer s Disease 4 Parkinson 5 MS pre wheel chair condition only 6 ALS pre wheel chair condition only 7 Cancer 8 Status post chemotherapy 9 Tumor 10 COPD 11 Paralysis 12 Spasm of smooth and striated muscles 13 Epilepsy 14 Autism 15 ADD 16 ADHD 17 Cerebral paralysis in children 18 Thrombosis 19 Infertility 20 Amputation 21 Phantom pain 22 Diabetes 23 Metabolic Syndrome 24 Leukemia 25 Myelodysplastic Syndrome 26 Anemia 27 Loss of smell and or taste 28 Sport injuries 29 Improving of sports performance 30 Congenital diseases 31 Coma 32 Rehabilitation of chronic diseases and coma 33 CFS Chronic Fatigue Syndrome 34 FMS Fibromyalgia 35 Allergies 36 Muscle Atrophy 37 Thyroid gland diseases 38 Eye diseases 39 Injuries of spine and back pain 40 Addictions 41 Ear diseases limited 42 AIDS Diseases Open for Research 1 APENDIX I Shop Books Click

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