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Posted: September 10, 2015 at 1:42 pm

Melatonin and Multiple Sclerosis: Why MS Symptoms May Improve as the Days Get Shorter Sep. 10, 2015 Researchers have found an explanation that could lead to a deeper understanding of multiple sclerosis and more targeted treatment options for patients. By first looking broadly at possible ... read more People With Multiple Sclerosis May Have Double the Risk of Dying Early May 27, 2015 New research suggests people with multiple sclerosis (MS) may have double the risk of dying early compared to people without MS, with those younger than 59 at a three times higher ... read more Discovery of a Treatment to Block the Progression of Multiple Sclerosis May 20, 2015 A drug that could halt the progression of multiple sclerosis may soon be developed thanks to a new ... read more Multiple Sclerosis: Scientists Identify Cause of Movement, Balance Problems May 19, 2015 New research into the causes of the excessive inflammation that drives multiple sclerosis has identified a faulty 'brake' within immune cells, a brake that should be controlling the ... read more Antiviral Compound May Protect Brain from Pathogens, West Nile Virus, Study Shows May 15, 2015 An antiviral compound may protect the brain from invading pathogens, researchers have found. Studying West Nile virus infection in mice, scientists showed that interferon-lambda tightens the ... read more Cytokine May Play Major Role in Multiple Sclerosis Apr. 29, 2015 Multiple sclerosis (MS) is caused by immune cells that activate a cascade of chemicals in the brain, attacking and degrading the insulation that keeps neuronal signals moving. These chemicals, called ... read more Potential New Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis Apr. 27, 2015 Scientists have discovered a way to prevent the development of multiple sclerosis in mice. Using a drug that blocks the production of a certain type of immune cell linked to inflammation and ... read more Alarming Rise in Cost of MS Drugs Over Past Two Decades Apr. 24, 2015 A new study shows an 'alarming rise' over the last 20 years in the costs of drugs used to slow the progression of multiple sclerosis or reduce the frequency of attacks. A substantial ... read more What Happens When Multiple Sclerosis Patients Stop Taking Their Medication? Apr. 21, 2015 We know a lot about what happens when therapy is started with MS patients, but we know very little about what happens when therapy is stopped. A new international, multi-site study found that almost ... read more Extending Natalizumab Up to 8 Weeks Shown Safe and Effective in Patients With Multiple Sclerosis, Report Says Apr. 20, 2015 Extending the dose of natalizumab from four weeks up to eight weeks was shown to be well-tolerated and effective in patients, and resulted in no cases of the potentially fatal side effect progressive ... read more Epilepsy Drug May Preserve Eyesight for People With Multiple Sclerosis Apr. 16, 2015 A drug commonly taken to prevent seizures in epilepsy may surprisingly protect the eyesight of people with multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a new ... read more Experimental Drug May Repair Nerve Damage in Multiple Sclerosis Apr. 14, 2015 A new study suggests that an investigational drug for multiple sclerosis (MS) may repair myelin, the fatty material that protects nerves and is damaged in MS, according to a new ... read more Study of Processing Speed Impact on Cognitive Training Apr. 10, 2015 Treatment with the modified Story Memory Technique (mSMT) may be affected by processing speed, researchers report. mSMT is a 10-session cognitive intervention protocol shown to improve new learning ... read more Multiple Sclerosis Patients Could Benefit from Brain Boost Study Apr. 6, 2015 Multiple sclerosis patients could one day benefit from treatments that boost their brain function, a study suggests. Increasing the activity of neurons could be beneficial in people with the disease, ... read more Mar. 31, 2015 A unique pattern of immune molecules in the cerebrospinal fluid of people with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome have been discovered, providing insights into the basis for cognitive ... read more Neurological Diseases Share Common Blood-Brain Barrier Defects Mar. 30, 2015 Although stroke, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and traumatic brain injury each affect the central nervous system differently, a new study finds that they share ... read more Mar. 23, 2015 Where ALS comes from and how it progresses are mysteries that continue to vex medical science. But recent research has found three proteins that could shed some light on the mechanisms behind this ... read more Mar. 17, 2015 A new drug-like molecule that can halt inflammation has shown promise in preventing the progression of multiple sclerosis. Researchers developed the molecule inhibit a key signal that triggers ... read more Blood Pressure Drug Protects Against Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis in Animal Models Mar. 13, 2015 An FDA-approved drug for high blood pressure, guanabenz, prevents myelin loss and alleviates clinical symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS) in animal models, according to a new study. The drug appears ... read more From Chick to Bedside: Removing the Wnt Barrier Mar. 5, 2015 Kick starting a process that might repair the damage done in cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis could begin with disabling a driver that helps block regeneration, say ... read more

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