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Multiple Sclerosis and Osteoporosis: What’s the Connection?

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. "I think there are a number of correlations," Kathleen Costello, associate vice president of clinical care for the National MS Society, told Healthline.

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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.



    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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