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Wednesday

 

Multiple Sclerosis project targets earlier detection
























Albertans with multiple sclerosis are hoping a research project at the University of Alberta will lead to earlier detection and better treatment of the disease.
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Mom joining MS fitness program started by son























MSFit will soon offer free exercise classes at the Gateway YWCA to help those with multiple sclerosis improve their lives.
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Poole Hospital carries out ground-breaking neurological research trials


























Sacha Crowley, Annemieke Fox, Angela Schofield, David Higenbottham, Lynette Crawley
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Genzyme enrolls first patient in Phase II vatelizumab trial in RRMS patients




























Sanofi's Genzyme has started enrolling patients in a multicenter Phase II clinical trial (EMPIRE) of its investigational infusion therapy vatelizumab in patients with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS).
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Seroprevalence of Aquaporin-4–IgG in a Northern California Population Representative Cohort of Multiple Sclerosis: STUDY

Tuesday

 

Collaborative Penn-Dresden Study Blocks Multiple Sclerosis Relapses in Mice
























In multiple sclerosis, the immune system goes rogue, improperly attacking the body’s own central nervous system. Mobility problems and cognitive impairments may arise as the nerve cells become damaged.
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The Emotional Side Of MS: Understanding Pseudobublar Affect (PBA)



























If you find yourself crying or laughing uncontrollably, you are not alone. Although most people have never heard of pseudobulbar affect (PBA), it’s estimated that two million Americans are suffering from this neurologic condition. Ten percent of these are people living with multiple sclerosis (MS).
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David Osmond finds strength in MS fight through music



























From left to right, Alan Osmond, singer David Osmond, and singer Donny Osmond arrive at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's Dinner of Champions benefit gala in Los Angeles on Monday, Sept. 27, 2010. (AP Photo/Dan Steinberg)
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Penn-Dresden study blocks multiple sclerosis relapses in mice: STUDY

















































In multiple sclerosis, the immune system goes rogue, improperly attacking the body's own central nervous system. Mobility problems and cognitive impairments may arise as the nerve cells become damaged.
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Epstein-Barr virus candidate genes and multiple sclerosis: STUDY

Monday

 

Want to Give Back? Take This New MS Survey































The longer we live with MS, the more we have to give back to our community.  That said, the longer I live with multiple sclerosis, the harder it seems to remember the time before MS.  A new survey on MS posted by Everyday Health made me bounce back and forth from my early teen years to the present.
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Virginia Youth Group Earns International Youth Philanthropy Award





























Members of the Miles of Scarves organization gather weekly to knit scarves to benefit the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
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MS and Parkinson’s research trials undertaken at Poole Hospital






















CRUCIAL clinical research is being carried out at Poole Hospital into the causes and treatments of a range of neurological conditions.
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How obesity triggers auto-immune diseases






















A new study points to the major role obesity plays in triggering and prolonging auto-immune diseases.
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Reproducibility of multifocal visual evoked potential and traditional visual evoked potential in normal and multiple sclerosis eyes: STUDY

Sunday

 

Lives will be lost unless the Government acts on off-patent drugs, charities warn






























Jonathan Evans

Leading medical charities have warned “lives could be lost” if the Government does not act to make a group of low-cost, safe drugs for conditions including breast cancer, multiple sclerosis (MS) and Parkinson’s available to patients.
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Perth Divinyls tribute singer diagnosed with multiple sclerosis






















Donna Greene was in her element, rocking out on stage at a Divinyls tribute act. A photographer snapped a picture as the band hit a crescendo in the song, but at that moment, Mrs Greene knew something was very wrong.
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Medical marijuana inquiry calls for public submissions on draft legislation






















An ACT Legislative Assembly committee conducting an inquiry into the use of medical cannabis in the community has called for public submissions.
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Classic Seven Layer Cookie Bars



















































Classic Seven Layer Cookie Bars
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Does interferon beta therapy affect survival of multiple sclerosis patients?

Saturday

 

Natural Remedy For Depression

 

David Osmond raises awareness for Multiple Sclerosis


























David Osmond kicked off the opening ceremony at the Walk MS: Houston event on Sunday, Nov. 10. For David, the fundraising event for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society was part of his personal mission to bring more awareness to MS diagnosis and treatment. Both he and his father, Alan, have been diagnosed with MS.
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Jail policy on medication disposal criticized









































A northwestern Indiana jail is under fire for the way it handles inmates' prescription drugs.
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Living well with multiple sclerosis
















































THIS BOOK includes personal narratives of 12 individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS) who have made intensive lifestyle changes with significant benefits.
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Fear of Disease Progression in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis: Associations of Anxiety, Depression, Quality of Life, Social Support and Knowledge: STUDY

Friday

 

‘Breaking Bad’ spoof video raises awareness for multiple sclerosis: VIDEO
























The scene is shot from a rooftop parking lot in Downtown Albuquerque, the Sandia Mountains visible in the distance.
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Ned Norton: Fitness buff helps disabled find 'strength'


























Ned Norton was working as a fitness trainer for Olympic athletes and bodybuilders when a young man with a spinal cord injury asked him for help.
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Understanding Myelin in Multiple Sclerosis


























A better understanding of myelin and how it works (or doesn’t work) can be helpful when reading about research and studies of MS and the potential impact they may have on the disease. That’s one reason why a new report about myelin from a team of scientists at the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute is of interest.
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Drugs farce shows up meddling politicians























The Cancer Drugs Fund was as much a creation of political necessity as it was medical. This was never more obvious than last week, when it was announced that up to half the drugs it currently makes available are likely to be removed from its list because they are deemed too expensive.
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Sex Hormones and Immune Dimorphism: STUDY

Thursday

 

US okays Sanofi MS drug at last





























Sanofi’s Genzyme unit has finally got the thumbs-up from the US Food and Drug Administration for its multiple sclerosis therapy Lemtrada.
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Information pack for newly diagnosed multiple sclerosis sufferers welcomed
















































Julie Gould

A new information pack for people diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) has been welcomed by a woman whose sister and cousin also suffer from the life-long condition.
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Prime Therapeutics, Johns Hopkins publish research on specialty drug copay coupons in Health Affairs
















Today, the journal Health Affairs published its October issue focused on specialty medicines and included an article on copay coupons authored by researchers at Prime Therapeutics LLC (Prime) and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
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The Flying Merkel's finest hour: A Talmage man's tale of salty success




























You'd never guess it to meet Tom. Quiet guy. Easygoing. Charter member of The Mystic Knights, about which I am forbidden to reveal anything further.
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Can Meditation Influence Quality of Life, Depression, and Disease Outcome in Multiple Sclerosis? Findings from a Large International Web-Based Study

Wednesday

 

Multiple Sclerosis, Don’t Let It Define You























One way to understanding any disease is to talk to your doctor and another is to read about the disease from various medical sources. It is not always wise to rely on one source for information. With how much information we come across these days on the internet, it shows how much people are talking about a particular, disease, war, or anything else of great interest. One disease that is of interest is Multiple Sclerosis or MS.
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Golf tourney supports MS Society




















The Mississauga chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada recently raised a record $55,000 during its annual golf tournament.
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The Cancer of Pensions?























Cancer is so pervasive that it touches virtually every family in this country. More than one out of three Americans will be diagnosed with some form of it in their lifetime. And as anyone who's been through it knows, the shock and anxiety of the diagnosis is followed by a second jolt: the high price of cancer drugs.
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New insights into immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome of the central nervous system


Abstract
Purpose of review: To highlight the importance of immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome affecting the brain in HIV-infected individuals in the absence of opportunistic infections. To describe the varied clinical manifestations, unifying pathophysiological features and discuss the principles of management of this syndrome.
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BOOST: A supervised approach for multiple sclerosis lesion segmentation

Tuesday

 

Lemtrada Approved for Multiple Sclerosis


















The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved Lemtrada, a treatment for relapsing multiple sclerosis made by the drugmaker Genzyme.
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A new pathway discovered regulating autoimmune diseases


















The main function of the immune system is to protect against diseases and infections. For unknown reasons our immune system attacks healthy cells, tissues and organs in a process called autoimmunity, which can result in diseases such as multiple sclerosis, type 1 diabetes, lupus or rheumatoid arthritis. There are currently no existing cures for these diseases.
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Don’t let dietary restrictions ruin Thanksgiving

























To be honest, Uncle Frank the Angry Drunk was a lot more fun before he swapped the sauce and political vitriol for vegan evangelism. Cousin Pete’s gone paleo, so he’ll probably hog all the crispy turkey skin. And don’t even get started on that daughter-in-law and her intolerance toward gluten. Her husband always was too good for her.
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Unmet Needs of People with Severe Multiple Sclerosis and Their Carers: Qualitative Findings for a Home-Based Intervention: STUDY

 

Alternate Scoring of the Paced Auditory Serial Addition Test (PASAT): Evaluating Strings of Consecutive Correct Responses as Predictors of Cognitive Functioning in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis: STUDY

Monday

 

Molecular map reveals genetic origins of 21 autoimmune diseases


Scientists have created a molecular map that pinpoints genetic variants that play a role in 21 different autoimmune diseases, reported on 27 October in the journal Nature.
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Grateful for the long run, participant says Madison Marathon will be her 100th and last


Janet Hagen’s track record suggests she’ll have little trouble finishing next Sunday’s Madison Marathon.
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Shelley Peterman Schwarz: Help for the holidays

























Shelley Peterman Schwartz

Before I learned I had multiple sclerosis (MS), I prided myself on being the consummate party planner and entertainer. It was nothing to host 35 people for Thanksgiving dinner, or 60 people for a cocktail party, or 80 people for a 4th of July picnic. So, when I was diagnosed with MS 35 years ago, my husband Dave and I made a conscious effort to keep living life on our terms. And even today, with my severe limitations, we continue to entertain our family and friends.

Here’s how we do it:
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Generic Biotech 9 years ago





















Biotech drugs can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. Cheaper generic versions could save countless lives, but proving their safety and effectiveness is no easy task.
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Approaches for establishing the function of regulatory genetic variants involved in disease


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