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Can Big Data Lead to Better Multiple Sclerosis Outcomes?
Multiple Sclerosis News Today
shutterstock_138439007 In a new study, researchers based at the Imperial College, London will follow in unprecedented detail the events and experiences in lives of people with multiple sclerosis (MS) in order to improve evaluation protocols for MS ...



Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Vaccinex's Experimental Multiple Sclerosis Drug Effectively Treats ...
Multiple Sclerosis News Today
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is defined by an immune-mediated demyelinating process, where damage of the protective covering (myelin sheath) of nerve fibers in the brain and spinal cord occurs, and is a neurodegenerative disease of the human central nervous ...



Purdue spinout developing drug that cuts down neurotoxin associated with ...
MedCity News
Purdue spinout Neuro Vigor is developing a multiple sclerosis therapeutic that builds on the oxidative stress model of neurological disease: It's targeting a neurotoxin that is more reactive and toxic than most free radicals, leading to nerve cell ...



Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Can Tryptophan Help Improve Memory in Multiple Sclerosis Patients?
Multiple Sclerosis News Today
While the fable of turkey making you tired might be a joke, using tryptophan to try to improve memory problems in people with multiple sclerosis, however, is far from funny, according to Dr. Deutz. Funded by the Maastricht University Medical Center, he ...



Video Games and Multiple Sclerosis, More Than Fun?
eMaxHealth
Playing video games can be more than fun; it can be a therapeutic experience for people who live with multiple sclerosis. Several studies have explored the value of video games for managing multiple sclerosis symptoms, and more research is in the works.



Multiple Sclerosis News Today

New Multiple Sclerosis Society Funded Study Tests Whether Vibrating Insoles ...
Multiple Sclerosis News Today
Vibrating Insoles for MS A new Multiple Sclerosis pilot study was awarded a $39,000 grant by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society to investigate how patients' sensation in their feet while standing impacts balance and whether their ability to walk ...



Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Can Multiple Sclerosis Be Treated with Video Games?
Multiple Sclerosis News Today
A team of researchers from Ohio State University received a $44,000 grant from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society to fund the development and testing of an interactive video game designed to promote and supplement physical therapy among patients ...
Ohio State University Research Use Kinect To Treat Multiple Sclerosis PatientsUbergizmo (blog)

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Newly approved multiple sclerosis drug given to first US patients today in Cullman
AL.com
She is one of six multiple sclerosis patients in the U.S. -- all in Cullman under the care of Dr. Christopher LaGanke -- to first get the drug, also known as alemtuzumab, outside of clinical trials. Although approved in 40 countries for MS treatment ...



Austin American-Statesman

Mother knows she needs help caring for son with multiple sclerosis
Austin American-Statesman
Earlier this year, as she was recovering from throat cancer and her son Robert Garcia, 34, was in and out of the intensive care unit for complications from multiple sclerosis, Virginia Garcia opened her home to her cousin, who had lost her house. That ...



Multiple Sclerosis News Today

GeNeuro and Servier to Co-Develop Breakthrough Multiple Sclerosis Drug
Multiple Sclerosis News Today
Neurology and autoimmune therapeutics company GeNeuro SA has just announced the formation of a partnership with independent French pharmaceutical company Servier for the co-development and marketing of GNbAC1 for Multiple Sclerosis (MS).


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Naltrexone Fibromyalgia Updates

Cryotherapy treatment used by fibromyalgia sufferers - eMaxHealth
Fri, 19 Dec 2014 02:44:23 GMT

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Drug Combo in Pridgen Antiviral Fibromyalgia Trial Identified – Some Results ... - ProHealth
Wed, 17 Dec 2014 08:07:16 GMT

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Fibromyalgia advice from a chiropractor - eMaxHealth
Wed, 17 Dec 2014 03:12:38 GMT

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The latest tech in treating fibromyalgia — Part 2 - Journal Advocate
Tue, 16 Dec 2014 14:33:54 GMT

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The Flawed Fibromyalgia Success Map - ProHealth
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 14:40:06 GMT

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Lyme Disease, Fibromylagia Link Evaporates - MedPage Today
Sun, 14 Dec 2014 20:01:41 GMT

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Fibro Fight Club: A Fibromyalgia Support Group - KBTX
Sun, 14 Dec 2014 08:05:06 GMT

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Perfectionism may be the problem behind chronic fatigue syndrome - Science Codex
Sun, 14 Dec 2014 07:32:20 GMT

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Lyrica's use for treating lower back pain in fibromyalgia questioned - eMaxHealth
Sat, 13 Dec 2014 00:10:43 GMT

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The best ways to fend off fibromyalgia - Lock Haven Express
Fri, 12 Dec 2014 05:56:43 GMT

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