October 9, 2012

Heuga James ( Multiple Sclerosis case / Σκλήρυνση κατά πλάκας )

James Frederic "Jimmie" Heuga (September 22, 1943 – February 8, 2010) was an American alpine ski racer who became one of the first two members of the U.S. men's team to win an Olympic medal in his sport. After multiple sclerosis prematurely ended his athletic career, he became an advocate of exercise and activity to combat the disease...

...Heuga was born in Tahoe City, California on September 22, 1943. He grew up in Squaw Valley, California, where his father Pascal, a Basque immigrant from southern France, operated the resort's cable car. Jimmie Heuga was on skis at age two and began to compete in the sport at age 5;... Heuga was named to the U.S. Ski Team in 1958, becoming the youngest man ever to make the squad as a 15-year-old.
  • ...was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1970, which derailed his ski racing career at age 27.
  • founder of Can Do Multiple Sclerosis, formerly The Heuga Center for Multiple Sclerosis.
Heuga died on February 8, 2010,  due to complications from multiple sclerosis.

source and additional information : wikipedia : Jimmie Heuga

                                natal chart of James Heuga ( Multiple Sclerosis case )

    Date       |    Orcus      |    Ixion      |   Varuna    |   Haumea    |   Quaoar    |  Makemake   |    Eris     |    Sedna    |
23 Sep 1943    17 ge 29 Rx |  8 li 37    | 22 ar 47 Rx | 16 le  8    | 28 vi 51    | 15 cn 19    |  5 ar 23 Rx | 21 ar 19 Rx
From Astro-Databank, http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Heuga,_James , source: Birth Certificate (Rodden Rating: AA)

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90 degree dial of James Heuga ( Multiple Sclerosis case )
Multiple sclerosis (MS), also known as "disseminated sclerosis" or "encephalomyelitis disseminata", is an inflammatory disease in which the fatty myelin sheaths around the axons of the brain and spinal cord are damaged, leading to demyelination and scarring as well as a broad spectrum of signs and symptoms. Disease onset usually occurs in young adults, and it is more common in women. It has a prevalence that ranges between 2 and 150 per 100,000....

MS affects the ability of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord to communicate with each other effectively. Nerve cells communicate by sending electrical signals called action potentials down long fibers called axons, which are contained within an insulating substance called myelin. In MS, the body's own immune system attacks and damages the myelin. When myelin is lost, the axons can no longer effectively conduct signals.  Although much is known about the mechanisms involved in the disease process, the cause remains unknown. ...

Almost any neurological symptom can appear with the disease, and often progresses to physical and cognitive disability. MS takes several forms, with new symptoms occurring either in discrete attacks (relapsing forms) or slowly accumulating over time (progressive forms). Between attacks, symptoms may go away completely, but permanent neurological problems often occur, especially as the disease advances.

There is no known cure for multiple sclerosis. Treatments attempt to return function after an attack, prevent new attacks, and prevent disability... The prognosis is difficult to predict; it depends on the subtype of the disease, the individual's disease characteristics, the initial symptoms and the degree of disability the person experiences as time advance. Life expectancy of people with MS is 5 to 10 years lower than that of the unaffected population.

source :   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiple_sclerosis

                               5th harmonic chart of James Heuga ( Multiple Sclerosis case )


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