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Multiple Sclerosis Health Center

News and Features Related to Multiple Sclerosis

  1. Multiple Sclerosis: Advances in Research and Treatment

    While the cause of multiple sclerosis (MS) is still not known, advances in treatment options and new understanding about the disease have been especially brisk in the past few years, researchers say. As a result, the future for the 400,000 Americans with the chronic, sometimes disabling disease may

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  2. Caution Urged for Experimental MS Treatment

    April 19, 2010 (Toronto) -- People with multiple sclerosis (MS) should not undergo a controversial new treatment that's based on the theory that blocked neck veins can trigger MS, experts say. Neither the theory nor the treatment -- using angioplasty to open up the narrowed veins -- has been proved

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  3. Experimental MS Drug Outperforms Standard Treatment

    April 15, 2010 (Toronto) -- Nearly 71% of people with early relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (MS) treated with the experimental MS drug alemtuzumab showed no evidence of disease activity four years into a study, researchers report. That's twice the percentage of patients treated with the appro

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  4. Statin Drugs May Help Treat MS

    April 15, 2010 (Toronto) -- Statin drugs show promise for the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS), a small, preliminary study suggests. Statin drugs are best known for their cholesterol-lowering effects. But the drugs "have anti-inflammatory effects on immune cells as well, which is why we figured

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  5. 2 Types of MS, Study Reveals

    March 29, 2010 - New study findings may soon revolutionize multiple sclerosis (MS) treatment and diagnosis. The study strongly suggests that there are two major types of MS and that a simple blood test can tell one from the other. By itself, that would be a major finding. But that's not all. One typ

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  6. MS Drug Ampyra Gets FDA Nod

    Jan. 22, 2010 - The FDA has approved Ampyra (dalfampridine), which improves walking ability in adults with multiple sclerosis (MS). About three-fourths of MS patients have trouble walking, and 70% of those with walking problems say this is the most challenging aspect of their disease. Ampyra is take

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  7. New Oral MS Drugs May Be on the Horizon

    Jan. 20, 2010 -- Two new drugs for multiple sclerosis, both taken orally, reduce the rates of relapses in multiple sclerosis patients -- sometimes keeping 80% or more of patients relapse-free during the study period -- according to new research. The new drugs, if approved, promise an end to injectio

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  8. Marijuana Eases Spasticity in MS Patients

    Dec. 4, 2009 -- Marijuana extracts may reduce spasticity symptoms in people with multiple sclerosis, a new study shows. The review, by Shaheen Lakhan, PhD, and Marie Rowland, PhD, of the Global Neuroscience Initiative Foundation in Los Angeles, found that five of six published studies they analyzed

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  9. Childbirth May Slow Progression of MS

    Nov. 23, 2009 -- Childbirth appears to slow the progression of multiple sclerosis, whether a woman gives birth before her diagnosis or after, according to a Belgian study. Women whose children were born after MS began were even more likely to have a slower progression of disease than those who child

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  10. No Increased Pregnancy Risk for MS Patients

    Nov. 18, 2009 -- Pregnant women with multiple sclerosis (MS) are only a little more likely to deliver babies by cesarean section than women who don't have the neurological disorder, a new study shows. The study also shows that women with MS are no more likely to have other problems with pregnancy, s

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