Multiple Sclerosis

Intimacy and Multiple Sclerosis: A Lesson in Discovery – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Living with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis is a lesson in discovery. I strive to manage life with…

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Dealing with Seizures and Multiple Sclerosis – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

When you’ve lived with multiple sclerosis (MS) for as long as I have, you sometimes forget or…

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‘I was 25 when I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis’ – BBC Three

Andrew Knight, 27 “We need you to come to the hospital immediately. We think you might be having…

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The Antibiotic Time Loop-the-Loop – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Julian, the doorman at the London Comedy Store, is giving me his biweekly telling off about drinking. It’s…

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Rehabilitation, Exercise Improve Multiple Sclerosis Cognitive Abilities – MD Magazine

Any cognitive processing fixes for multiple sclerosis (MS) patients will require a multifaceted approach of behavioral and…

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Blocking Hidden Viral Protein Shows Promise for Treating Multiple Sclerosis – Labiotech.eu

An antibody that blocks the action of a hidden viral protein encoded by our genome shows encouraging…

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This MS Awareness Month, Let’s Boost Our Disease’s Visibility – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month has arrived, lasting throughout the month of March. All things orange and popular…

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Non-contrast MRI is effective in monitoring multiple sclerosis patients – Medical Xpress

Brain MRI without contrast agent is just as effective as the contrast-enhanced approach for monitoring disease progression…

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March is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month – WTRF

In the United States, March marks Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month. During the month of March, many people wear…

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Things Your Doctor Didn’t Tell You About Living with MS – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

A recent article in The New York Times hit the nail on the head when it comes…

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Mindfulness and Perspective: The Tools I Rely on While Living with MS – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Several summers ago I had the misfortune of experiencing the simultaneous agony of kidney stones and gallstones….

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Hot Cocoa May Ease the Fatigue of MS – WebMD

Fatigue can plague many people with multiple sclerosis (MS). But a small new study suggests a soothing…

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#ACTRIMS2019 – Botox for Spasticity Earns Praise in ASPIRE Follow-up – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Patients with a range of diseases and disorders, including multiple sclerosis (MS), report high satisfaction with botulinum…

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Co Antrim woman Nicola whose multiple sclerosis symptoms remarkably improved during pregnancy – Belfast Telegraph

When Nicola Andrews became pregnant in 2017, she was surprised to discover that she felt better than…

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Is My Memory Loss Due to MS, Aging, or Something Else? – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

My memory is spotty at times. I utter phrases like, “What was I looking for?” more often…

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Cocoa may help curb fatigue typically associated with multiple sclerosis – Medical Xpress

Cocoa may help curb the fatigue that is typically associated with multiple sclerosis (MS), suggest the results…

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Need to Know: What Is Gait? – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

What is gait? To put it simply, it’s your walking style. Healthy people may call it their swagger….

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A Warning About ‘Young Plasma’ Treatments for Multiple Sclerosis – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Plasma is the fluid part of our blood that carries nutrients and blood cells through our bodies….

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Early intensive treatment of multiple sclerosis associated with slower progression of disability – 2 Minute Medicine

1. In this prospective cohort study of patients with multiple sclerosis, upfront use of highly-efficacious disease modifying…

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Keep on Moving: What’s New in Multiple Sclerosis and Stroke Research – Brunel University News

This free-to-attend celebration and dissemination seminar is hosted by The Institute of Environment, Health and Societies, Brunel…

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Twice as Many People Have Multiple Sclerosis Than Previously Thought – Healthline

The number of people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) is now estimated at nearly 1 million in…

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My Vertigo Turned Out to Be Multiple Sclerosis – Reader’s Digest

Nearly one million people are living with multiple sclerosis in the United States, according to a new…

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Being Kind to Others with MS Can Help Our Own Well-being – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Sometimes I feel that some in the multiple sclerosis (MS) community do not show kindness to each…

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MS News that Caught My Eye: Misdiagnosing MS, Gilenya Relapse Study, Ocrevus in England, Estimate of Americans with MS Doubles – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

We know that MS is a difficult disease to diagnose, but is it really possible that 20…

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New UK guidelines for pregnancy in multiple sclerosis – MS Trust

Summary MS is usually diagnosed between the ages of 20-40, the age at which many people will be…

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There Are Angel Helpers Among Us – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

I like to keep my life as normal as possible. This can be difficult given the physical…

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‘The medication is constantly improving’ – ex-Limerick star on living with multiple sclerosis – The 42

According to his neurologist, the Irish MS Society was the most reputable place to research the symptoms…

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New online resource helps those diagnosed with multiple sclerosis – Disability Support Guide

A new interactive resource is helping educate people on multiple sclerosis (MS) by harnessing the power of…

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MS Boosts the Importance of Avoiding a Sedentary Lifestyle – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Multiple sclerosis (MS) can make our bodies experience pain, become weak, and easily fatigue. We can find…

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Asking for Help with Secondary Progressive MS – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

I have a hard time asking for help. Even when it’s offered, my knee-jerk reaction is to decline….

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MS Trust Opens ‘Advanced MS Champions’ Program to Bring Better Care to UK Patients – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Healthcare specialists for multiple sclerosis patients in the U.K. with advanced disease and challenging needs are getting…

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Why Aren’t You Using an MS Medication? – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

I see a lot of answers to the question about why people stop, or refuse to start,…

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My Progressive MS Moment of Truth – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

“If I were you two, I think I’d plan for the worst,” Amy, my physiatrist, said to…

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Severe Fatigue Predicts Worsening Disability in Patients With MS – Neurology Advisor

Severe fatigue can predict worsening of disability in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), according to study results…

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New Study Supports Hitting MS ‘Fast and Hard’ with Treatment – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

The question of how quickly to start a disease-modifying therapy (DMT) after a multiple sclerosis (MS) diagnosis…

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A Voyage Round My Father-in-law – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

This is going to be a hard column to write, and quite possibly it breaks all the…

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Multiple sclerosis – helping cells to help themselves – Medical Xpress

Diseases such as multiple sclerosis are characterized by damage to the myelin sheath, a protective covering wrapped…

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Selma Blair opens up about life with multiple sclerosis: ‘Every day is a struggle’ – The Independent

Selma Blair has updated fans on how she is coping with multiple sclerosis, revealing it leaves her…

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Unraveling the mysteries of multiple sclerosis – Medical Xpress

Leiden chemists discovered a new mechanism which might explain how multiple sclerosis shifts to a more severe…

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New guidelines for pregnancy in multiple sclerosis – MS Trust

New guidelines for pregnancy care in multiple sclerosis, drawn up by a panel of UK experts, have…

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Bedbound Selma Blair shares painful truth of multiple sclerosis – Metro

Selma Blair has shared a raw insight into how she’s coping with multiple sclerosis (MS). The 46-year-old…

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MS News that Caught My Eye: Stimulator for Spasticity, Tysabri Dosing Trial, Mobility Devices Contest, Stem Cell Trial – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

I’m one of the many people with multiple sclerosis (MS) for whom spasticity is a significant problem….

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It’s Back-to-School Time – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Well, it feels like it, at least. I just had the whole of the Christmas-New Year’s period off…

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US Airlines Are Now Tracking Wheelchairs They Break or Lose – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

It’s happened to me, and if you fly with a scooter or a wheelchair, I bet it’s…

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What a Relief! – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

New year, new beginnings — not a chance. Theresa May still has Brexit as her waking and sleeping…

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Top 10 Multiple Sclerosis Stories of 2018 – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Multiple Sclerosis News Today brought you daily coverage of key findings, treatment developments, and clinical trials related…

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A Winter’s Tale – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

If you think Christmas is just too stressful, relax — at least you’re not Santa! He’s had to…

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Living with Intention This Christmas – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Ever since I can remember, my family has had a real Christmas tree. Finding the perfect tree…

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Need to Know: What Are Some Good Books That Feature Multiple Sclerosis? – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

What are some good books that focus on MS? Whether you’re someone with a brand-new MS diagnosis or…

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Multiple sclerosis stem cell breakthrough gives patients new hope – ABC News

As a 31-year-old mother of two, being told to prepare for life in a wheelchair was not…

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How Worried Should We Be About MS Medication Side Effects? – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Over the past couple of weeks, two warnings have been issued about side effects of multiple sclerosis…

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What to know about multiple sclerosis and mood swings – Medical News Today

Mood swings can be common in people with multiple sclerosis. The condition attacks the nerve cells, and…

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Is the ketogenic diet good for multiple sclerosis? – Medical News Today

Multiple sclerosis is a condition that affects the nervous system, and some people believe that a ketogenic…

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Loneliness affects ‘three in five’ people with multiple sclerosis – Sky News

It’s the time of year when the issue of loneliness is often brought into sharp focus. Public awareness…

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What to know about itching and MS – Medical News Today

Multiple sclerosis is a condition that affects the central nervous system. Its symptoms affect the nerves and…

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New treatment for multiple sclerosis has promising initial results – NHS Choices

“Hope for multiple sclerosis patients as scientists discover attacking the glandular fever virus can combat symptoms,” reports…

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Discovery opens new opportunities to slow or reverse MS – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Nerve cells stripped of their insulation can no longer carry vital information, leading to the numbness, weakness…

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I Was Diagnosed With Multiple Sclerosis At 29 – Refinery29

Sophie Allen was 29 and had just had her first child when she experienced what she now…

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Adoptive T Cell Therapy Improves Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms – ReliaWire

A new cellular immunotherapy for multiple sclerosis (MS) has improved symptoms and quality of life for the…

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Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Developed in Australia Shows Promise – Voice of America

ustralian researchers have made a breakthrough in the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis using immunotherapy. Their world-first trial…

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Hope for multiple sclerosis patients as scientists discover attacking the glandular fever virus can combat symptoms – Daily Mail

Hope has been raised for multiple sclerosis patients as researchers claim to have found a way to…

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FDA: Multiple Sclerosis Patients Face Disability Risks if Stopping Fingolimod – MD Magazine

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has filed a warning stating that patients with multiple sclerosis…

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New clues to the origin and progression of multiple sclerosis – Medical Xpress

Mapping of a certain group of cells, known as oligodendrocytes, in the central nervous system of a…

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Catheterization for treating neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction in patients with multiple sclerosis: A systematic review. A report from the Neuro-Urology Promotion Committee of the International Continence Society (ICS) – UroToday

To systematically assess all available evidence on efficacy and safety of catheterization for treating neurogenic lower urinary…

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Comorbidities in Multiple Sclerosis: Effects on DMTs, the Treatment Team, and More – Neurology Advisor

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is associated with a compendium of comorbid conditions that exert a significant influence on…

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Exploring the Benefits of Virtual Reality Rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis – Medical Bag

Balance and gait impairments are associated with reduced mobility, independence, and quality of life and an increased…

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Breakthrough Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Could Be Found Using Brain’s Lympathic Vessels – Rare Disease Report

The brain’s lymphatic vessels offer a new way to treat multiple sclerosis, according to new findings. Investigators from…

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What Is Multiple Sclerosis? Selma Blair Says She’s ‘Probably Had This Incurable Disease for 15 Years’ – Health.com

Actress Selma Blair revealed in an Instagram post Sunday that she has multiple sclerosis. Blair, 46, wrote…

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New genes increasing risk of multiple sclerosis identified – Yale Daily News

An international collaboration led by Yale researchers has identified four novel genes that affect an individual’s risk…

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A Dover shop worker with multiple sclerosis describes how going out in Folkestone is a problem – Kent Live

A Dover shop worker with an almost invisible disability has given an insight into how difficult it…

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Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis In Women Can Be Debilitating & Here’s What You Should Know – Bustle

In an emotional Instagram post Oct. 20, Selma Blair revealed that she is among a number of…

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Multiple sclerosis: What is it and what are the symptoms? – The Independent

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a lifelong autoimmune condition that affects the brain and the spinal cord, resulting…

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Actor Selma Blair reveals that she has multiple sclerosis – The Guardian

The American actor Selma Blair has been praised for speaking candidly about having multiple sclerosis (MS). In an…

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Quest to find molecule that sparks multiple sclerosis yields promising discovery – Genetic Literacy Project

Researchers have long suspected that a self-antigen—a normal molecule in the body that the immune system mistakenly…

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Environmental factors may trigger onset of multiple sclerosis – American Friends of Tel Aviv University

Structural changes to protective neural membranes may be involved in onset of neurodegenerative disease, TAU researchers say A…

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Conceptual framework to study role of exercise in multiple sclerosis – Science Daily

Researchers have proposed a conceptual framework for examining the relationship between exercise and adaptive neuroplasticity in the…

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Physical Activity Decreases Vascular Comorbidities in Multiple Sclerosis – Neurology Advisor

Increased levels of physical activity may lead to decreased vascular risk profiles in patients with multiple sclerosis,…

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Biogen advances research to improve outcomes for patients with multiple sclerosis – NeuroNews International

Through its research initiatives, Biogen aims to identify new ways to manage and monitor multiple sclerosis (MS)…

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Link between Gut Flora and Multiple Sclerosis Discovered – University of Zurich

In multiple sclerosis, a defective response of the body’s own immune system leads to brain tissue damage….

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Biobank Data Suggest Vitamin D Reduces Risk for Multiple Sclerosis – Neurology Advisor

Vitamin D is associated with a reduced risk for multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a study presented…

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New Study Reveals Link between Gut Microbiota and Multiple Sclerosis – Sci-News.com

Multiple sclerosis is an immune-mediated autoimmune disease of the central nervous system that develops in genetically susceptible…

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People with Multiple Sclerosis Should Choose Their Friends Wisely… Here’s Why – Healthline

Researchers say the social network of someone with MS can have an impact on their health. The people…

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Moore woman diagnosed with multiple sclerosis turns roadside trash into art – KOCO Oklahoma City

A Moore woman, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in her 20s, has a passion for finding…

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Global Survey and Documentary Film Expose Emotional Impact of Multiple Sclerosis – PR Newswire

EMD Serono, the biopharmaceutical business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, in the U.S. and Canada, today announced…

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An elusive molecule that sparks multiple sclerosis may have been found – Science Magazine

Our immune cells normally pounce on intruding bacteria and viruses. But in multiple sclerosis (MS), immune cells…

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Roche Turns to App in Fight Against Multiple Sclerosis – Bloomberg

Most afternoons, Stephanie Buxhoeveden takes a few moments to march back and forth, making at least five…

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Exploring the Benefits of Virtual Reality Rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis – Neurology Advisor

Balance and gait impairments are associated with reduced mobility, independence, and quality of life and an increased…

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What the World Needs Now is Books – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

After reading more than a few articles about how social media demolishes our attention span, prevents us…

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Northampton woman with Multiple Sclerosis lovingly designs necklace for charity – Northampton Chronicle and Echo

A woman from Northampton has created a necklace for her MS community with £20 of the proceeds…

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Brain Iron on MRI Linked to Disability in Multiple Sclerosis – Neurology Advisor

Brain iron at quantitative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is associated with disability in multiple sclerosis (MS), according…

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NHS will not fund MS drug which can delay need for wheelchair by up to seven years – The Independent

The NHS will not pay for patients with a degenerative form of multiple sclerosis to receive a…

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A Highland MS sufferer is walking again after a ground-breaking medical trial – The Press and Journal

At age 30, Gary Campbell’s body was failing him as the most brutal form of Multiple Sclerosis…

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Medway’s Multiple Sclerosis celebrates its 50th anniversary – Kent Online

A Kent charity which helps people suffering from Multiple Sclerosis are celebrating their 50th anniversary. Run entirely…

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New Drug Offers Hope for Patients with Multiple Sclerosis – Insight Human

A new drug offers hope to people suffering from Multiple Sclerosis (MS).In clinical trials, the drug reduced…

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Brain iron on MRI linked to disability in multiple sclerosis – Medical Xpress

Brain iron at quantitative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is associated with disability in multiple sclerosis (MS), according…

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Link between multiple sclerosis and smoking ‘clearer than ever’, charity warns – Care Appointments

The link between smoking and multiple sclerosis (MS) is “clearer than ever”, with those who smoke more…

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More Than Just Spasms and Pain: What It’s Like to Live with MS – Healthline

Creating a sense of well-being can help mitigate the negative effects of multiple sclerosis. That’s what researchers in…

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Major trial of statins to treat multiple sclerosis begins – University College London Hospitals

Today marks the start of the biggest ever trial for secondary progressive multiple sclerosis (SPMS) in the…

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Thousands will be denied £19,000-a-year drug for multiple sclerosis which could keep them out of a wheelchair because it’s too expensive for the NHS – Daily Mail

Thousands of patients are to be denied a breakthrough drug for multiple sclerosis after officials decided it…

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Roche faces UK pricing row over multiple sclerosis drug Ocrevus – Reuters

Roche (ROG.S) faces a fresh row over drug pricing in Britain, following a decision by the body…

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Milton Keynes Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Group urgently needs help – Milton Keynes Citizen

The MK Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Therapy Centre, based in Stacey Bushes, has launched an urgent appeal for…

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New multiple sclerosis culprit identified – Medical News Today

It is still unclear what causes multiple sclerosis, but new research closes in on the faulty immune…

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New explanation for the cause of MS – Karolinska Institutet

In multiple sclerosis (MS), not only the T cells of the immune system, but also its B…

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Weathering the multiple sclerosis journey – The Daily News Online

Kelly March was blunt about living with the central nervous system disease multiple sclerosis, which the 48-year-old…

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B cells among factors leading to brain lesions in multiple sclerosis – University of Zurich

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic autoimmune disease of the central nervous system. The body’s own immune…

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I Was Diagnosed With Multiple Sclerosis — But That Doesn’t Stop Me From Going After My Dreams – Essence

We all want inner peace. We want to be happy, successful, and for the most part, in…

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Age, Number of Relapses Predict Increasing Disability in Multiple Sclerosis – Neurology Advisor

For patients with relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS), age and the number of relapses can predict the risk…

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Doctors Discover New Type of Multiple Sclerosis – HealthDay

A new subtype of multiple sclerosis (MS) has been identified by researchers, and the discovery changes understanding…

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Cleveland Clinic Researchers Discover Novel Subtype of Multiple Sclerosis – Cleveland Clinic

Cleveland Clinic researchers have discovered a new subtype of multiple sclerosis (MS), providing a better understanding of…

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Aluminium could cause multiple sclerosis, say scientists who link the disease to high levels of metal in the brain – Daily Mail

Aluminium may cause multiple sclerosis (MS), new research suggests. Deceased patients have significantly high levels of the metal…

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Multiple sclerosis: Healthful diet tied to lower risk – Medical News Today

Eating a healthful diet that is rich in vegetables, fish, legumes, eggs, and poultry is tied to…

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A healthy diet high in vegetables, fish may lower multiple sclerosis risk – Free Malaysia Today

The new study, by researchers at Curtin University along with the University of Melbourne and the Australian…

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‘Good Inflammation’ in Multiple Sclerosis … Who Knew? – Everyday Health

Many with multiple sclerosis (MS) have likely never heard of experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE), although some may…

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Diets high in vegetables and fish may lower risk of multiple sclerosis – Medical Xpress

People who consume a diet high in vegetables and fish may have a reduced risk of multiple…

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Low-Dose Botox May Reduce Urinary Symptoms in Patients With Multiple Sclerosis – Specialty Pharmacy Times

Symptoms of urinary incontinence (UI) in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) can be alleviated via treatment with…

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Those with MS Are Cautioned About Unsafe Stem Cell Treatments – Healthline

Faced with an incurable condition, people with multiple sclerosis will sometimes seek risky alternative treatments as their…

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Researchers Have a New Theory About What May Cause Multiple Sclerosis – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

When the following headline in the Australian newspaper the Herald Sun caught my eye recently, I was…

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Living with MS and Remaining Positive – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Living with multiple sclerosis (MS) could be compared to having an annoying house guest who never leaves….

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A new roadmap for repairing the damage of multiple sclerosis – Case Western Reserve University

Dozens of drug candidates identified that share a common mechanism to stimulate regeneration of the brain’s myelinating…

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Doctors believe they have discovered the cause of multiple sclerosis – The Daily Telegraph

A VACCINE for avoiding multiple sclerosis has moved a step closer, as doctors believe they have discovered…

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Could vaccine for a common virus stop multiple sclerosis? Doctors think they have discovered the cause of disease – Daily Mail

A vaccine for avoiding multiple sclerosis has moved a step closer, as doctors believe they have…

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This receptor in microglial cells cures multiple sclerosis – The Health Site

A receptor known as P2X4 increases repair responses of the human body when it comes to Multiple…

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Cleaners face increased risk of multiple sclerosis, says study – European Cleaning Journal

Cleaners, beauticians, decorators and anyone coming into contact with potent solvents in paint thinners and cleaning chemicals…

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The Difficulties of Keeping Your Job When You Have Multiple Sclerosis – Healthline

Multiple sclerosis can reduce productivity and affect cognitive abilities, forcing people with MS to cut back their…

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Hitchin woman with MS takes on housing association over lack of repairs – The Comet

Abby Ellis has written to Hitchin MP Bim Afolami about her ordeal after becoming exhausted fighting Settle,…

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Brain iron levels may predict multiple sclerosis disabilities – Radiological Society of North America

A new, highly accurate MRI technique can monitor iron levels in the brains of multiple sclerosis (MS)…

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Is It an MS Diagnosis or Something Else? – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

I am told I have primary progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS), and my symptoms appear to be in…

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A constellation of symptoms presages first definitive signs of multiple sclerosis – The University of British Columbia

During the five years before people develop the first clinically recognized signs of multiple sclerosis (MS), they…

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Can fasting improve MS symptoms? – Washington University School of Medicine

People with multiple sclerosis (MS) can find an abundance of conflicting advice suggesting that special diets –…

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Most People With Multiple Sclerosis Have Vitamin D Deficiency: 6 Ways To Tackle Multiple Sclerosis – NDTV

Vitamin D or the sunlight vitamin has a very important role to play in your overall health….

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Better use of data could improve health outcomes in multiple sclerosis, leading experts claim – Business Manchester

A review of multiple sclerosis (MS) services in the UK suggests data and technology could improve health…

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Could fasting every other day help people with multiple sclerosis? Scientists believe limiting calories could reduce symptoms as they begin human trial – Daily Mail

Regular fasting could offer hope for people suffering with multiple sclerosis as scientists believe it might improve…

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Decorators and cleaners face increased risk of multiple sclerosis, finds study – The Independent

Cleaners, beauticians, decorators and anyone coming into contact with potent solvents in paint thinners and cleaning supplies…

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Wandsworth’s multiple sclerosis community gather at first summer fun day – Wandsworth Guardian

Wandsworth MS Group have gathered together to hold their first ever summer fun day. It was a day…

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Higher Vitamin D Levels Associated with Fewer Lesions in Multiple Sclerosis – Neurology Advisor

For patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) treated with fingolimod, higher 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25D) levels are associated with…

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Mobile App Helps People with Multiple Sclerosis Better Manage Their Disease – PR Newswire

My MS Manager™ is the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America’s mobile phone app designed to be a…

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Causes of MS – Multiple Sclerosis Trust

You may wonder whether you did something to cause your MS or if you could have stopped…

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Clare woman with multiple sclerosis reveals struggles after losing disability allowance – Suffolk Free Press

A woman from Clare who suffers from multiple sclerosis is raising awareness of the lifelong condition after…

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People with Multiple Sclerosis Say Pain Disrupts Their Daily Lives – Healthline

The pain multiple sclerosis patients feel is also causing major disruptions in their life. That was the thrust…

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MS patient ‘lost her disability benefit after 10 years’ following switch to PIP – East Anglian Daily Times

Nina Homes, 50 and from Clare, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in 1998 and uses two…

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World MS Day: People like me with multiple sclerosis are not getting the treatment they need – Metro

We’ve got a number of treatments available on the NHS for relapsing MS – 13 at the…

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Breakthrough Drug Offers Multiple Sclerosis Patients A Second Chance – CBS New York

More people are being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis these days than in the past. While researchers don’t know…

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What is multiple sclerosis? – Coventry Live

Multiple Sclerosis – or MS – affects more than 2.3 million people worldwide. It can have devastating consequences…

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Discovery shines light on the mystery of cell death in multiple sclerosis – Medical Xpress

Researchers at the University of Alberta have discovered a unique process of brain cell death that affects…

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Functional Exercise for Multiple Sclerosis: Advice From a Physical Therapist – Everyday Health

All persons with multiple sclerosis (MS) should exercise, but not all exercises confer the same benefits. That’s…

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How a bright pink trike will mean this student with multiple sclerosis can walk his dog again – Gloucestershire Live

One day a father of two was crossing the road when his missed the kerb and fell…

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What causes multiple sclerosis? Landmark study finds clue – Medical News Today

Multiple sclerosis can cause debilitating fatigue, vision problems, impaired balance and coordination, and muscle stiffness. It is…

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Test of Everyday Cognitive Ability Effectively Assesses Multiple Sclerosis-Related Impairment – Neurology Advisor

For patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), the Test of Everyday Cognitive Ability (TECA) combines 10 timed instrumental…

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Baseline Cortical Damage Predicts Onset of Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis – Neurology Advisor

In patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), extensive cortical damage at onset is associated with florid inflammatory clinical…

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Multiple sclerosis cure hope after Brit scientist’s breakthrough discovery – Birmingham Live

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a condition which can affect the brain and/or spinal cord. The condition comprises of…

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Medical Cannabis Shows Promise in Treating Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis – Neurology Advisor

Medical cannabis has led to patient-reported improvements in several symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS), according to research…

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Gait in Multiple Sclerosis Improved With Dalfampridine Plus Physical Therapy – Neurology Advisor

A combination of dalfampridine extended-release and physical therapy (PT) has shown efficacy for improving gait in people…

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Certain Comorbidities More Common in People With Multiple Sclerosis – Neurology Advisor

Certain comorbidities are more prevalent in people with multiple sclerosis (MS) than without, an effect that varies…

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9 things you didn’t know about Multiple Sclerosis – Metro

It is estimated over 100,000 people in the UK are living with Multiple Sclerosis, but what do…

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Life With Multiple Sclerosis Is Unpredictable – HuffPost UK

I’m pretty sure most of you won’t have given it much thought when you got out of…

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New Longton mum’s Russion mission to beat multiple sclerosis. – Lancashire Evening Post

A mum-of-two from New Longton is hoping to fundraise her way to Russia for life-changing treatment in…

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What life is like living with multiple sclerosis at 20 – Plymouth Herald

Looking at Amber Reeves, you would probably suspect she’s a regular young woman getting on with her…

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Are Vaccines Associated With Multiple Sclerosis Relapse? – Neurology Advisor

Multiple sclerosis (MS) relapses are not linked to vaccinations, according to a study to be presented at…

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Eye movement exercises may aid balance in multiple sclerosis patients – AOP

A study of 88 multiple sclerosis (MS) patients has found that a tailored rehabilitation programme involving eye…

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How Sunshine Helps People with Multiple Sclerosis – Healthline

Maybe it’s not the vitamin D from the sun that helps people with multiple sclerosis, but rather…

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Multiple sclerosis sufferer to run another London Marathon – and his personal best is absolutely amazing – Mirror.co.uk

Tim Sorrell should not be able to run. When he does, the weaker side of his body…

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Unlikely cosmetic procedure treats ’embarrassing’ multiple sclerosis side effect – The National

A procedure ordinarily reserved for combatting wrinkles is being used by a hospital in Abu Dhabi to…

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‘I don’t have years to wait’: Mother-of-two struck down by multiple sclerosis forced to fly to MEXICO for experimental treatment – Daily Mail

A Victorian mother with multiple sclerosis has opted to fly to Mexico for experimental surgery in order…

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Jamie-Lynn Sigler Shares the ‘Guilt’ of Making Choices You Don’t Want to as a Mom With MS – The Mighty

If you’ve ever had to make a tough parenting decision because of your illness, you may have…

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‘I focus on what I can do’ Inspirational multiple sclerosis sufferer raises £35,000 for charities – Scottish Daily Record

When multiple ­sclerosis left Jennifer Bryson paralysed from the chest down, doctors feared she’d never walk again. She…

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Computer-Based Cognitive Training Improves Memory Domains in Multiple Sclerosis – Neurology Advisor

Computer-based cognitive training may assist in improving memory in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a…

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Multiple Sclerosis is not a death sentence — Here’s why – Yahoo News

Getting diagnosed with multiple sclerosis can be scary. There’s still so much we don’t know about the…

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‘A silent disaster unfolding’: my life with multiple sclerosis – The Guardian

One January morning in 2014, I lurched upright in bed at about 6am and announced: “I think…

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Multiple sclerosis sufferer Iain’s charity microlight flight – East Lothian Courier

A REGULAR resident at Leuchie House is preparing to take to the skies over East Lothian in…

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International award for multiple sclerosis awareness campaigner – Maidenhead Advertiser

A dedicated campaigner committed to raising awareness about multiple sclerosis (MS) has won an international award. Trishna Bharadia,…

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Siponimod Reduces Disability Progression in Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis – Neurology Advisor

Siponimod, a selective sphingosine 1-phosphate receptor modulator, appears to be generally safe and effective for the reduction…

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West Virginia Author Speaks in Wheeling About Living With Multiple Sclerosis – Wheeling Intelligencer

Being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis hasn’t stopped author Lisa McCombs. Instead, the retired educator uses her “superpower”…

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Charity calls for people with Multiple Sclerosis to help shape future of treatment – Glasgow Live

A multiple sclerosis charity is looking for people living with the neurological condition to take part in…

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Live music night in King’s Lynn to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis charity – Lynn News

A woman who was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) last year is organising a live music night…

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Stem cell transplant trial ‘has miraculous effect’ on multiple sclerosis sufferers – The Independent

Doctors are hailing a new stem cell treatment for the degenerative disease multiple sclerosis, after trials showed…

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‘Game changer’ treatment for Multiple Sclerosis patients – BBC News

MS sufferer Louise Willetts says she is completely well, two year on from treatment that was originally…

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Stem cell treatment offers new hope for multiple sclerosis patients – The Telegraph

Doctors on Sunday hailed what they say is a major breakthrough in the treatment of multiple sclerosis,…

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Adapting to MS: Modifying and Thriving – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

I was throwing the ball for my golden retriever when it bounced onto an unreachable ledge. I…

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Multiple sclerosis: Have researchers found a key to prevention? – Medical News Today

A potential new therapeutic target for multiple sclerosis has now been identified in a new study conducted…

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Fish Consumption Linked to Lower Multiple Sclerosis Risk – Specialty Pharmacy Times

Many studies suggest that certain dietary interventions may reduce the risk of multiple sclerosis (MS) or improve…

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With ResearchKit study, Duke aims to map many variances in multiple sclerosis – Mobi Health News

Duke University has launched a new Apple ResearchKit study, the MS Mosaic Study, aimed at using big…

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Reduced Risk for Multiple Sclerosis Linked to Greater Sun Exposure – Neurology Advisor

High sun exposure may lower the risk of multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a study published online…

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The NI woman with multiple sclerosis who dreams of being able to walk her daughter down the aisle … if she wins a race against time for a £55k treatment in Moscow – Belfast Telegraph

Belfast mum-of- two Deborah Barrett tells Lindy McDowell about the devastating toll that the condition has wreaked…

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University of Cambridge researchers find reprogramming skin cells could help multiple sclerosis patients – Cambridge Independent

Research led by the University of Cambridge has suggested that reprogramming a patient’s own skin cells could…

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Higher sun exposure reduces multiple sclerosis risk – New Telegraph Newspaper

Scientists said high sun exposure may lower the risk of multiple sclerosis (MS). A new study published…

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Mice without this protein resist multiple sclerosis – Futurity: Research News

The brains of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) have an extremely high content of the protein calnexin…

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Multiple sclerosis: Growing up in a sunny climate could reduce your risk – Express.co.uk

Researchers found those in areas where they are exposed to more of the sun’s rays, specifically UV-B…

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Multiple Sclerosis charity receives funding thanks to Regency Run – Leamington Observer

A MULTIPLE Sclerosis charity has received a funding boost thanks to the Regency Run. The Leamington, Warwick, and…

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Multiple Sclerosis Month: MS Development, Multiple Sclerosis Detection, MS Treatment and Exercise – Bel Marra Health

National Multiple Sclerosis Month is observed each year in March, with the aim of creating a better…

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Woman living with multiple sclerosis branded a “blue badge fraud” in nasty parking note – Liverpool Echo

A woman returned from a shopping trip to find a note on her car calling her a…

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Multiple sclerosis: Risk SLASHED by eating oily fish just once a week – Express.co.uk

People who ate oily fish once a week, or one to three times per month with additional…

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‘Manipulated mice’ could hold the secret to treating multiple sclerosis – Cambridge News

An experiment tested on mice shows it may be possible to repair damage caused by multiple sclerosis…

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Study in mice suggests personalised stem cell treatment may offer relief for progressive MS – University of Cambridge

Scientists have shown in mice that skin cells re-programmed into brain stem cells, transplanted into the central…

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Balance, eye exercises may help multiple sclerosis patients feel steady – Deccan Chronicle

People with multiple sclerosis who do balance and eye movement exercises may feel steadier on their feet…

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Is There Evidence That Curcumin Benefits Multiple Sclerosis? – Medical News Bulletin

Multiple sclerosis is a serious neurological disease with severe symptoms affecting the quality of life. Researchers from…

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Photographer with multiple sclerosis branded ‘fit to work’ by DWP despite not being able to walk, sleep or balance – The Independent

A photographer claims he is a “real life Daniel Blake” after being told he’s fit to work…

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The MS Balancing Act: Steady As We Go – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Gait and balance issues and MS go together like peanut butter and chocolate. At least they do…

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‘Real life Daniel Blake told he’s fit to work’ despite multiple sclerosis leaving him unable to walk – Mirror

A Multiple Sclerosis sufferer who can’t walk, sleep or balance claims he was told by the government…

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Photographer told he’s fit to work by DWP after multiple sclerosis leaves him unable to walk, sleep or balance – Cornwall Live

“If we had met for the first time a couple of years ago, you would have seen…

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Testosterone Triggers Protein That Protects Against Multiple Sclerosis – Specialty Pharmacy Times

A so-called “guardian molecule” that is induced by testosterone was found to reverse an immune response in…

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My Kitchen Rules star Roula opens up about her battle with Multiple Sclerosis – Who

My Kitchen Rules star Roula may be making a name for herself as a controversial contestant on…

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Aberdeenshire three in Mexico multiple sclerosis treatment bid – The Press and Journal

An Aberdeenshire trio who met each other at a multiple sclerosis treatment centre hope their journey to…

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Mercury Rising: Heat and MS – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

My favorite season is fall, which is almost tied with winter, then spring, and finally, summer. I…

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Mylan launches generic multiple sclerosis therapy in UK – Zenopa

Mylan has announced the UK launch of Brabio, the first available therapeutically equivalent version of the multiple…

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Deep transcranial brain stimulation – a new treatment approach in patients with multiple sclerosis – Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

A pilot study conducted by researchers from Charité’s NeuroCure Cluster of Excellence has shown that treatment with…

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Leeds sees huge surge in hospital admissions for Multiple sclerosis sufferers but charity says many could be avoided – Leeds Live

A growing number of Multiple sclerosis sufferers are being admitted to hospitals in Leeds. The number of patients…

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Extending Dosing Intervals Reduces Deadly Side Effect Risk from Popular Multiple Sclerosis Drug – NYU Langone Health

A commonly prescribed multiple sclerosis (MS) infusion medication linked to a rare but serious side effect is…

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Examining the Relationship Between Vitamin D and Progressive Multiple Sclerosis – Neurology Advisor

Vitamin D may play a protective role in patients with either primary or secondary progressive multiple sclerosis…

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Balance exercises may help people with multiple sclerosis – American Academy of Neurology

A special program that involves balance and eye movement exercises may help people with multiple sclerosis (MS)…

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Stable Disability in Progressive Multiple Sclerosis With Teriflunomide – Neurology Advisor

Teriflunomide 14 mg is associated with long-term stable disability in progressive forms of relapsing multiple sclerosis (RMS),…

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Dazed and Confused: Tips for when Gravity Calls – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Nothing resets your thinking like bouncing your head off a hardwood floor. At least, for me. It was about…

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Balance exercises may help people with multiple sclerosis – Medical Xpress

A special program that involves balance and eye movement exercises may help people with multiple sclerosis (MS)…

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Testosterone: Why the Incidence of Multiple Sclerosis is Lower in Men – Technology Networks

Researchers have discovered why men are much less likely to develop multiple sclerosis (MS) — high levels…

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App to help patients with multiple sclerosis – The Gulf Today

The Ministry of Health and Prevention has become the first institution in the world to use a…

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Men hold secret to protect women from multiple sclerosis – Science Daily

Men are much less likely to get multiple sclerosis (MS) than women and one reason is that…

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Coming out of the Cog Fog – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

am watching the computer curser taunt my inability to collect my thoughts. Three days out of…

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MS sufferer who ‘can’t walk or cook for herself’ refused benefits after DWP ‘decided she could stand’ – Scottish Daily Record

A young woman who claims she cannot walk or cook for herself has shared her heartbreak after…

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Woman with multiple sclerosis charged £4,000 for disabled parking space – Metro

A woman with multiple sclerosis was charged nearly £4,000 to create a disabled parking bay outside her…

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It’s Been a Bad Week – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

It was late. I dropped the TV remote on the bedroom floor. No biggie. I was sitting…

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Man with multiple sclerosis backs appeal for volunteers to keep Trafford Shopmobility service running – Messenger Newspapers

A MAN who is no longer able to walk unaided is backing an appeal for volunteers to…

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Grieving the Loss of a Loved One – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

One year ago, I wrote “Grief, Self-preservation and Multiple Sclerosis.” My writing dealt with the fact that,…

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Roche receives EU approval for multiple sclerosis drug Ocrevus – Zenopa

Roche has announced that its multiple sclerosis drug Ocrevus has received marketing authorisation from the European Commission. The…

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Moving into the New Year with MS: Resolute to Live Each Day – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

I have always loved the start of New Year’s; tabula rasa, clean slate. Much like a snake shedding its skin, we leave behind…

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‘I had low moments, curling gave me focus’ – BBC Sport

Hugh Nibloe is the only debutant in the GB Wheelchair curling team selected for the 2018 Winter Paralympics in PyeongChang. A former rugby…

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Rituxan Outperforms A Half-Dozen Multiple Sclerosis Therapies In Study – Forbes

In a study of how people newly diagnosed with multiple sclerosis fared on the first therapy they tried, a drug that isn’t even…

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Migraine and Multiple Sclerosis: Connection or Coincidence? – Neurology Advisor

Migraine is not typically included in the clinical features of multiple sclerosis (MS), although it occurs 2 to 3 times more frequently in…

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Researchers find potential path to repair nerves damaged by multiple sclerosis – UCLA Newsroom

FINDINGS A UCLA study found that gene expression in specific cells and in specific regions of the body can provide a more precise, neuroprotective…

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4 Tips for Taking Care of Caregivers – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

While few of us choose to become caregivers, many of us are faced with the task if a loved one is diagnosed with…

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Multiple Sclerosis sufferers living in ‘horror-like’ conditions due to lack of suitable housing – Evening Times

GLASGOW residents living with debilitating Multiple Sclerosis (MS) are being left trapped in their homes due to a lack of suitable accommodation. Dozens of…

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Woman with multiple sclerosis refused benefit payment – BBC News

A woman from Dorset who has multiple sclerosis says the way people are assessed for health-related benefits is unfair. Aliie Harpham was turned down…

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How Being Diagnosed with Pre-Multiple Sclerosis Inspired This Woman to Lose Half Her Size – PEOPLE.com

For most of her life, Katie Bolden struggled with her weight and the accompanying anxiety and depression. “I hated everything about myself, and that’s…

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Oral, IV Methylprednisolone Show Similar Benefits for Multiple Sclerosis Relapse – Neurology Advisor

Both oral and intravenous administration of methylprednisolone confers similar clinical improvements at 28 days in patients with relapse of multiple sclerosis (MS), according…

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Bournemouth MS student suffers PIP benefit setback – Bournemouth Echo

A BOURNEMOUTH student living with multiple sclerosis (MS) has hit out at the government’s assessment system which she says left her without vital…

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Graeme Watson: If you hold people’s data, keep it safe, or it could cost you a packet – The Scotsman

BBC News recently ­highlighted a stark ­example of a failure to protect sensitive data. The DVLA sent a letter about a driving licence…

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Local women coping with the medical mystery of multiple sclerosis – Scottsbluff Star Herald

It’s a disease that continues to baffle the medical profession. Its specific cause is unknown. Its symptoms can show up as any number…

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Young MS sufferer was in home for elderly people – BBC News

A woman has called for better care for young disabled people after her sister had to share a care home with people more…

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Researchers find potential path to repair multiple sclerosis-damaged nerves – Medical Xpress

Gene expression in specific cells and in specific regions can provide a more precise, neuroprotective approach than traditional treatments for neurological diseases. For…

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The world’s largest multiple sclerosis research congress – and a personal gaze on life with MS – iNews

After being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis six years ago, Rebecca Morrison decided to attend the world’s largest meeting of MS experts It was…

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My Holiday Gift Wish – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

It’s that time of year when everyone is asking: What would you like for Christmas? Shopping for the perfect gift for me is…

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Blood Sample Detection Method for Multiple Sclerosis Discovered – Technology Networks

A method for quickly detecting signs of multiple sclerosis has been developed by a University of Huddersfield research team. The discovery, using…

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Antidepressant may help combat the course of multiple sclerosis – Science Daily

The antidepressant clomipramine may also alleviate symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS), specifically in its progressive form, i.e. when it occurs without relapses or…

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The Relationship Between Gut Bacteria and Multiple Sclerosis – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

This year, I wrote several articles about gut health because, in addition to MS, that’s what I’m currently battling. Writing is cathartic, so…

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5 Tips for Parenting With Multiple Sclerosis – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Living with an unpredictable illness can be tough at the best of times, but when you’re a parent, it can often cause unforeseen…

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Huddersfield at centre of major breakthrough into detecting multiple sclerosis – Huddersfield Examiner

Scientists at the University of Huddersfield have made a major breakthrough in ways to detect the crippling disease multiple sclerosis. They have worked out…

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The Greatest Gifts – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Christmas is just around the corner, and that’s why many people are on the fruitless quest for Fingerlings or hocking an organ to…

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Cambridge professor wins Innovation Prize for multiple sclerosis research – Varsity

Professor Robin Franklin has won the 2017 Barancik Prize for Innovation for his research into multiple sclerosis, which could offer a means of…

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Scientists discover blood sample detection method for multiple sclerosis – Medical Xpress

A method for quickly detecting signs of multiple sclerosis has been developed by a University of Huddersfield research team. The discovery, using advanced mass…

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Diet Linked to Multiple Sclerosis Disability, Disease Severity – Neurology Advisor

For patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), diet quality is associated with disability and symptom severity, according to a study published online in Neurology. Kathryn…

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Finding Peace During the Holidays – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

The Christmas season is upon us — decorations, shopping, and get-togethers dominate the month of December. If you tune into the Hallmark channel…

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Taurine lends hand to repair cells damaged in multiple sclerosis – Science Daily

New research suggests that administering taurine, a molecule naturally produced by human cells, could boost the effectiveness of current multiple sclerosis (MS) therapies….

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Multiple sclerosis: Fruits, veggies could help ease disability, symptoms – Times Now

New research shows diet could be vital for people with multiple sclerosis (MS), suggesting eating a healthy diet consisting of fruits, vegetables and…

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Can diet help reduce disability, symptoms of multiple sclerosis? – Medical Xpress

For people with multiple sclerosis (MS), eating a healthy diet of fruits, vegetables and whole grains may be linked to having less disability…

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DVLA addresses letter to ‘multiple sclerosis Caron’ – BBC News

A woman applying for her driving licence received a letter from the DVLA addressed to “multiple sclerosis Caron Garrod”. Ms Garrod from Goring-by-Sea, West…

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Scientists are seeking new strategies to fight multiple sclerosis – Science News

Scientists Seeking Strategies to Fight MS James Davis used to be an avid outdoorsman. He surfed, hiked, skateboarded and rock climbed. Today, the 48-year-old…

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Family launches desperate appeal for £100,000 Multiple Sclerosis treatment – Daily Gazette

Appeal for Multiple Sclerosis Treatment for Man Who is Bedridden A campaign has been launched to raise £100,000 to get a man living with…

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Simple blood test may predict MRI disease activity in multiple sclerosis – Medical Xpress

Blood Test May Predict MS activity A blood test to monitor a nerve protein in the…

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Woman with multiple sclerosis hits out at ‘degrading’ PIP assessment – ITV News

Woman With MS rejected PIP A mother-of-four from Scarborough with multiple sclerosis has spoken out about…

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Nearly One Third Of Those With MS ‘Disallowed’ Vital Support Under PIP – HuffPost UK

Nearly one in three people living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) who apply for help through a new disability regime are denied support, new…

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Biogen boosts multiple sclerosis holding with Alkermes license – Daily Mail

Biogen Inc said on Monday it has licensed Alkermes Plc’s multiple sclerosis (MS) drug, further boosting its position in the race for the…

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Why Don’t People with Multiple Sclerosis Report Relapses? – Healthline

Researchers say most MS patients don’t tell their medical practitioners about relapses. That could create serious health problems for them. 12345 When is a multiple…

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Immune cells cross blood-brain barrier in multiple sclerosis – Medical News Today

Researchers probing the mechanisms of nerve tissue damage in multiple sclerosis have identified two ways in which white blood cells overcome the blood-brain…

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How Rogue Immune Cells Cross the Blood-Brain Barrier to Cause Multiple Sclerosis – Bioscience Technology

Drug designers working on therapeutics against multiple sclerosis should focus on blocking two distinct ways rogue immune cells attack healthy neurons, according to…

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Intestinal Microbiome Alterations May Trigger Immune Reactions Inducing Multiple Sclerosis – MedicalResearch.com

MedicalResearch.com Interview with: Kouichi Ito, PhD Associate Professor Department of Neurology Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Rutgers MedicalResearch.com: What is the background for this study? What are the main…

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How rogue immune cells cross the blood-brain barrier to cause multiple sclerosis – UIC Today

Drug designers working on therapeutics against multiple sclerosis should focus on blocking two distinct ways rogue immune cells attack healthy neurons, according to…

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Nearly 1 Million Americans Have Multiple Sclerosis, NMSS Prevalence Study Finds – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

An estimated 947,000 people in the U.S. have multiple sclerosis (MS) — more than double the long-accepted figure of 400,000 — according to…

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Antihistamine shows potential to repair neuron damage in multiple sclerosis – The Pharmaceutical Journal

Current treatments for multiple sclerosis (MS) aim to reduce the risk of further inflammation-mediated damage to the myelin sheath, which surrounds neuronal axons….