The MS Gym Launches Membership Site!

In a much anticipated and very exciting live streaming announcement on Facebook, Misty and Trevor Wicken of The MS Gym announced the launch of...

Rare Event for PPMS Patients Hosted by Ocrevus Manufacturer

PPMS (Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis) patients rarely find local patient education events geared toward them.  Since the FDA (USA) approved the first treatment effective...

Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms Improve with Fruits and Vegetables

Eating a healthful diet comprising fruits, vegetables, and whole grains may be linked with reduced disability and fewer multiple sclerosis symptoms among people with...

USA Survey Shows Most Women Newly Diagnosed with MS Have Concerns They Aren’t Discussing...

FRAZER, Pa. and AVON, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Approximately 400,000 people in the U.S. have Multiple sclerosis (MS), an unpredictable disease of the central nervous system that...

Advanced Practice Providers Treat Significantly More of their Multiple Sclerosis Patients with Monoclonal Antibody...

Market access restrictions for high efficacy Multiple Sclerosis therapies may be hindering their ability to optimally treat their clinically complex, relapsing patients, according to...

New Biomarker Blood Test for Multiple Sclerosis

A METHOD for quickly detecting signs of multiple sclerosis has been developed by a University of Huddersfield research team, as reported on the university’s...

Revised ‘McDonald Criteria’ Expected to Speed the Diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis

As reported by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the McDonald Criteria for the Diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis have just been revised by a 30-member international...

Multiple Sclerosis: Are we close to a cure?

Hannah Nichols recently posed this question in Medical News Today, "Researchers are uncovering many potential treatment routes for MS. Could they be close to...
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Could diet help slow symptoms of multiple sclerosis?

In our morning rounds, a new approach to fight multiple sclerosis -- a disease where the body attacks its own central nervous system. MS...

Researchers report novel complementary effects of estrogen treatment in multiple sclerosis

A study by UCLA researchers reveals the cellular basis for how the hormone estrogen protects against damage to the central nervous system in people...

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