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ATX-MS-1467 for patients with multiple sclerosis (MS)

ATX-MS-1467 is a novel treatment that was developed with the aim of working with the immune system to treat the underlying cause of disease rather than just treating the symptoms or suppressing the ...

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Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis ALS

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Treatment of inflammatory and autoimmune diseases such as systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis.

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Two Ways Yoga Can Help Benefit Multiple Sclerosis

March has been proclaimed Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month, spotlighting MS awareness, support and resources. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic disease of the nervous system that affects differen...

Benzodiazepines in Primary Care: Danger

Appropriate treatment of anxiety is of paramount importance in the primary care setting. Family practice providers are in a position to best understand each patient's background, resources and challen...

Phase III success in progressive multiple sclerosis

The last couple of decades have seen major progress in the treatment of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS), with a number of drug approvals. In contrast, clinical trials of drug candidates ...

Drugs Lessen Multiple Sclerosis Damage in Mice

Drugs Lessen Multiple Sclerosis Damage in MiceIn a mouse study, 2 drugs already on the market activated stem cells and repaired the type of brain damage seen in multiple sclerosis. The finding might ...

Multiple sclerosis: Scientists identify cause of movement, balance problems

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 inflammation. This...

Multiple sclerosis: Scientists ID cause of movement, balance problems

(University of Virginia Health System) New research into the causes of the excessive inflammation that drives multiple sclerosis has identified a faulty 'brake' within immune cells, a brake that shoul...

10 facts about multiple sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis is the most common neurological disease in young adults, usually striking between the ages of 20 and 40 years.

New Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Promising in Early Trial

(2 stars)A confused and incomplete story about a preliminary study examining a new but not necessarily novel approach to the treatment of multiple sclerosis.

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Immunopathology of multiple sclerosis.

Multiple sclerosis is an inflammatory demyelinating disease affecting the central nervous system and considered one of the leading causes of disability in young adults. The precise cause of multiple s...

Multi-parametric structural magnetic resonance imaging in relation to cognitive dysfunction in long-standing multiple sclerosis.

Cognitive deficits are common in multiple sclerosis. Most previous studies investigating the imaging substrate of cognitive deficits in multiple sclerosis included patients with relatively short disea...

School performance as a marker of cognitive decline prior to diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.

For many years, cognitive impairment has been established as a well-known symptom of multiple sclerosis. Moreover, we know that it was present even at the beginning of the disease.

Effect of Alfacalcidol on multiple sclerosis-related fatigue: A randomized, double-blind placebo-controlled study.

Fatigue is one of the most common and disabling symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS); however, there is no medication that has been approved specifically to treat MS-related fatigue.

Fingolimod Prescribed for the Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis in Patients Younger than Age 18 Years.

There have been no clinical trials for approval of medications for treating multiple sclerosis in patients younger than age 18 years. All treatments are based on personal experience and data from ope...

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