Discussing Biotin as a Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis

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In this video from MSWorldInc, Dr. Daniel Kantor speaks to Dr. Edward Fox, the Director of the MS Clinic of Central Texas about biotin and its potential use as a treatment for progressive multiple sclerosis. Dr. Fox also explains how biotin works within the body.

Read what our columnist Debi Wilson has to say about biotin and multiple sclerosis symptoms. 

Biotin or B7 is a water-soluble vitamin, often referred to as Vitamin H and has traditionally been used as a supplement to improve hair and nail strength. Now researchers believe that biotin has a future in the treatment of MS. Currently, there are clinical trials looking at the effectiveness of this vitamin in slowing down degeneration in MS patients.

MedDay’s MD1003, a biotin, shows remarkable efficacy in treating inactive but progressive multiple sclerosis in clinical trials. Find out more.

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