Neural Skin Cells May One Day Repair CNS Nerve Damage from Multiple Sclerosis

A personalized treatment for multiple sclerosis may be one step closer, thanks to a new study that reveals how a person's own skin cells...
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Remote Transcranial Stimulation for Neuropathic Pain in Multiple Sclerosis Patients

Dr. Daniel Kantor speaks with Simon Rodier from NYU School of Medicine about Remote Transcranial Stimulation for Neuropathic Pain in Multiple Sclerosis Patients.
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Opposite to Emotion Action – tool for Depression/Anxiety!

Rebecca Naylor, Health Coach with Chronically Well Club, describes how she uses Opposite to Emotion Action as a tool for managing depression and anxiety...

Multiple Sclerosis – Cholesterol Crystals Prevent Regeneration in Central Nervous System

 A team led by Prof. Mikael Simons from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has now published a possible explanation in the journal Science....
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Stigma, Depression and Multiple Sclerosis

Jennifer Pizzuto speaks with Margret Cadden from the Pennsylvania State University about Stigma, Depression and Multiple Sclerosis.
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What DMTs are most effective at preventing brain atrophy in MS?

Professor Gavin Giavanonni discusses disease modifying therapies and brain atrophy.

MS Diet: Super Foods

What is a superfood? Superfoods are nutrient rich powerhouses that contain large amounts of anti-oxidants, vitamins, minerals and more.  Some patients living with multiple sclerosis...

A new method efficiently grows human astrocytes in a dish

Neurons have long enjoyed the spotlight in neuroscience — and for good reason: they are incredibly important cellular actors. But, increasingly, star-shaped support cells...
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MS & Me in Sue B’s Kitchen

Susan “Sue” Bires was diagnosed with MS in 1997. She learned of her diagnosis when she had an MRI for a seemingly unrelated problem,...

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