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  1. J

    ALS - diabetes T2

    @jonico did she take metformin? how she found out about t2? was she pre/diabetic and when she developed it? sorry, noone to ask...
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    ALS - diabetes T2

    app 5% pals in sweden in period 1991-2010 had diabetes, and app 4% was t2. any diabetics here?
  3. J

    Recommendation for c9orf72 (EU)

    many of them. prices are 300usd+ can anybody recommend someone in EU? if not in eu, usa is fine.
  4. J

    My gene test results just came

    test is ok, i concluded: tdp43 accumulation is found in all pals except sod1. the only thing to try get rid of it is Interm.fasting which is not completelly disfunctional, but it remains last bullet. also, i excluded all food with high GI index. seems that my new found diabetes has a same root...
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    My gene test results just came

    tested 35 genes, 20 als and 15 als-like genes. panel didnt contain SIGMAR1 TBK1 C9ORF72 am i smarter? little bit. i am not sod1 so i have tdp43 accumulation. following genes were tested: ALS2, ANG, ATL1, BSCL2, CHCHD10, CHMP2B, DCTN1, FIG4, FUS, GBE1, GRN, HEXA, HNRNPA1*, HSPD1*, KIAA0196...
  6. J

    Electric Stimulation/VitalStim

    do you think of TENS or EMS? EMS helps me a lot. how many minutes per day?
  7. J

    trying to figure basic of the thing. german lab tests c9 and 2 genes more, it is 1200eur.

    trying to figure basic of the thing. german lab tests c9 and 2 genes more, it is 1200eur.
  8. J

    i paid 590eur in finland's Genetic testing for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis | Blueprint...

    i paid 590eur in finland's Genetic testing for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis | Blueprint Genetics but can not evaluate cause it is not finished yet. there is a guy on fb who was diagnosed with als 4 years ago, typical als clinically, and he has trip4 mutation.
  9. J

    2. c9 - most important gene was not observed. it is complicated more than the others. 3. i...

    2. c9 - most important gene was not observed. it is complicated more than the others. 3. i think that all forms of als have gene mutations. most of them ("sporadic") are not inherited (guam als, poisoning etc). they are EPIgenetics.
  10. J

    thanks for reply. i read your post few times, and we are in a similar position, except I HAVE...

    thanks for reply. i read your post few times, and we are in a similar position, except I HAVE ALS 100% and i care about my children. there are few options: 1. man has 30000+ genes, not all als related are known. when i was diagnosed, standard panel counted 12 geness. now it is 24. so, maybe your...
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