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    MS Research News: Link Between Gut Bacteria and MS
    Stephanie Butler, RN posted:
    Harvard researchers found significant differences between the gut bacteria of people with MS and without MS, and also between treated and untreated people with MS, adding to growing evidence of the possible influence of gut bacteria on immune activity.
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    sparksfan responded:
    How about smart drugs? I heard they're really helpful if you find the good ones for you. I want to try and buy for my brother. He's under such a stress and nothing else is working
    Stephanie Butler, RN replied to sparksfan's response:
    Hello Sparskfan,

    I'm not sure what you mean by smart drugs, can you provide a link or example for me to take a look at?

    Thank you!

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