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1st MS Patient Dosed in Phase 2 Trial of Potential Therapy CNM-Au8 – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

The first participant has been dosed in the Phase…

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MS Symptoms May Ease With New Method of Myelin Regeneration – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Blocking a protein called PAR1 may enhance the regeneration…

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Dispelling 5 Common Myths About MS – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

“I will have to use a wheelchair.” That was my…

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More than ONE MILLION Britons ‘are illegally using cannabis to treat illnesses – Daily Mail

The landmark YouGov poll of 10,000 people suggests almost three per cent…

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Do high dose vitamin D supplements affect MS symptoms? – MS Trust

The study in brief People…

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New multiple sclerosis treatment trial compares stem cell transplantation to best available drugs – National Institutes of Health

Scanning electron micrograph of a human T cell from the immune system…

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Britian’s Strongest Disabled Woman from Sudbury doesn’t let her MS stop her – East Anglian Daily Times

Jo Dunnett was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 19 years ago but that…

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Top 10 Multiple Sclerosis Stories of 2019 – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Throughout 2019, Multiple Sclerosis News Today brought you daily…

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Montel Williams Opens Up About How His Multiple Sclerosis Went Undiagnosed For 20 Years – Simplemost

It has…

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Prospective memory key to performance of everyday life activities in multiple sclerosis – EurekAlert

Dr. Weber is a research scientist in the Center for Traumatic Brain…

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Join the man who proves you don’t need to be able bodied to be active – Kent Online

Paul Jenkins will be completing his 10th 10km walk in four months…

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Multiple Sclerosis and Pregnancy: A Conversation with Terrie Livingston – New Security Beat

“For me, presented itself shortly after…

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Multiple sclerosis: New standards required for planning clinical trials – Medical Xpress

How can the…

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Sheffield woman backs multiple sclerosis research project – The Star

Professor Basil Sharrack, Consultant Neurologist and Professor John Snowden, Consultant Haematologist, Sheffield…

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The teenager who laughed in the face of MS – BBC News

When…

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Flashing lights may provide vital first test of MS drug success – University of Wisconsin–Madison

In the normal nerve (a) all axons in the optic nerve are…

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Closomat says toilet tech can help people living with multiple sclerosis – Access and Mobility Professional

Closomat has detailed how its toilet tech can help…

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Flashing lights may provide vital first test of multiple sclerosis drug success – Medical Xpress

In the normal nerve (a) all axons in the optic nerve are…

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Everyday activities help people with multiple sclerosis manage symptoms – Medical Xpress

Being physically active…

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Pre-Christmas promise by council to Kirkintilloch multiple sclerosis suffer has been broken, says angry local councillor – Kirkintilloch Herald

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