Whilst it has been suggested that I had to wake up to new ideas of MS and reported on the bacterial toxin up the nasal superhighway hypothesis and suggested as ever that armchair scientists need to put meat on their stories, it has been pointed out that I may have been abit harsh and only half awake and missed this one.....which is hardly surprising because this rag called MSARDS, of which ProfG is an editor, is not on pubmed (for the forseeable future if I am not mistaken) so most people don't know the work exists. Maybe they (MSARDS) need to start putting their old articles out open source....yes go "green" especially as the first year was free to registered readers anyway to limit the strangle hold pubmed appears to be aiming Elsevier's (Publishing house of MSARDS) way. It would help their (MSARDS) impact factor as people would read then cite the work and this will then stimulate more submissions, which will help subscriptions...surely a win win
Anyway I digress and back to this paper this paper suggests that bacterial toxins moving up the nose are a trigger for MS. So rather than the Charcot project for Viruses it should be anti-biotics, so maybe the armchair scientist needs to do a proper trial and put someones money where their mouth is.
What do you think? Its a long way off block valves