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Multiple Sclerosis and Osteoporosis: What’s the Connection?

The two conditions share a surprising number of risk factors, but could one disease actually cause the other? At first glance, multiple sclerosis (MS) and osteoporosis appear to be two very different diseases. One attacks the nerves and the other the bones. But dig a little deeper and it's clear they have a lot in common.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

As pointed out in the article, both MS and osteoporosis are inflammatory conditions. This is why high-dose fish oil can be effective in treating both.

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  1. GORDON JAMES WANLESS

    Dear Barry, Do you have ant other recommendations in addition to high-dose fish oil.? Is Alendronic Acid good? or to be avoided? regards#

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