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MS Progression from CIS May Be More Evident via Imagining That Captures Damage to Brain – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Imaging techniques that measure damage to the brain, in…

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Courageous climber scales Ben Nevis despite fighting multiple sclerosis for 12 years – Daily Record

Adam Enderwitz sends out a defiant message after climbing to the top…

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As a disabled person, could escaping to the country give me more freedom? – The Guardian

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The Importance of Talking to Your Kids About Your Multiple Sclerosis – The Mighty

My mom was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) roughly…

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Could activating these immune cells protect against MS? – Medical News Today

Researchers focused on the role of a single type of T cell…

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Need to Know: What Is Foot Drop and What Can I Do About It? – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Maybe you’re at the grocery store, your kid’s baseball game, or walking the dog when it happens….

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Positivity Is Important with MS – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

“It could be worse.” That’s a phrase I say to myself when I feel defeated by my multiple…

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My Own MS Symptoms Were Dismissed as Depression, and It Has Made Me a Better Doctor – POPSUGAR

Colleen Doherty, MD, is a board-certified internist and medical…

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Need to Know: Vertigo Episodes Can Tilt the World of Those With MS – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Editor’s note: “Need to Know” is a series inspired by common forum questions and comments from readers….

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Vaccinations not a risk factor for multiple sclerosis – Technical University of Munich

PD Dr. Alexander Hapfelmeier (left) and Prof. Bernhard Hemmer discuss the results…

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Early MRI Screening Can Predict Long-term MS Disability, Study Says – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

MRI scans are routinely used to confirm an MS diagnosis by identifying lesions in the brain and…

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MS: Drugs trial hope for multiple sclerosis patients – BBC News

Welsh patients are taking part in a drugs trial aimed at slowing late-stage multiple sclerosis progression. Experts are…

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Early MS scans ‘can predict long-term prognosis’ – BBC News

Scans carried out when someone is first diagnosed with multiple sclerosis can predict their long-term prognosis, research…

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New tech for multiple sclerosis diagnosis and treatment – Science Daily

Researchers at the Center for BrainHealth®, part of The University of Texas at Dallas, in collaboration with…

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Why Am I Not Bitter About My MS? – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Living with multiple sclerosis (MS) is a process of loss — of mobility, brain function, and independence….

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New tech for multiple sclerosis diagnosis and treatment – Science Daily

Researchers at the Center for BrainHealth®, part of The University of Texas at Dallas, in collaboration with…

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Scientists Hope to Develop Beath Test to Detect Multiple Sclerosis – Interesting Engineering

Govind Bhagavatheeshwaran, Daniel Reich, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, National…

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Damage to ‘Projection’ Neurons in MS Possible Cause of Brain Atrophy, Study Says – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Projection neurons, a specific type of nerve cell, are prone to damage in the brain of people…

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Out of my wheelchair and back on my bike: why I’m putting MS diet to the test – The Conversation UK

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This Is Me, and This Is How I Live with My MS – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Have you ever read something and thought, “This is me, this is my MS”? It happened to…

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