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Multiple Sclerosis Health Center

News and Features Related to Multiple Sclerosis

  1. Stress Management May Prevent MS Brain Lesions

    July 11, 2012 -- Teaching MS patients how to deal with stress can improve their quality of life -- and may also prevent or slow down formation of new brain lesions, according to a new study. Patients with multiple sclerosis who attended stress management therapy sessions for six months had fewer new

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  2. Botox May Ease Multiple Sclerosis Tremors

    July 3, 2012 -- Many people with multiple sclerosis (MS) will develop a tremor, and until now, there was little that could be done to minimize this shaking. Now new research shows that shots of Botox, the very same wrinkle-busting injection that helps frown lines, may ease hand and arm tremors. The

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  3. New Warnings for MS Drug Gilenya After FDA Review

    April 20, 2012 -- Novartis, the maker of the drug Gilenya (fingolimod), a once-daily oral capsule taken for multiple sclerosis, has added stronger warnings to labels and prescription information about the drug's possible heart risks, according to a company statement. Labels will now recommend that a

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  4. Treating Clogged Veins Improves MS, Study Says

    March 29, 2012 (San Francisco) -- Most patients in two new studies said that their multiple sclerosis got better after doctors cleared blockages from their veins. Researchers reported their results earlier this week at the Society of Interventional Radiology's annual meeting. "It's a nice experience

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  5. Past Pregnancies May Protect Against MS

    March 7, 2012 -- Pregnancy appears to play a strong role in whether or not a woman may develop the autoimmune disease multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a new study. The study involved more than 800 women between the ages of 18 and 60. Nearly 300 of them had experienced a first episode of MS symp

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  6. Is Your MS Treatment Working?

    Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a complex, individual disease. No two people with this disease have the same symptoms, progression, or response to treatment. That makes a collaborative approach with your doctor even more important than usual. It's key to tailoring multiple sclerosis treatment just for yo

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  7. Treating Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis

    Living with multiple sclerosis means living with uncertainty. The course of the disease is very difficult for doctors to predict. Some people live with MS for years without suffering serious symptoms. Others may rapidly become disabled. Why the course of the disease varies so widely remains unclear.

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  8. New Pill May Reduce Relapses in MS Patients

    Oct. 5, 2011 -- People with multiple sclerosis (MS) may soon have a second needle-free option to control their disease. Last year, the FDA approved the first disease-modifying pill, a drug called Gilenya, to treat MS. Now a new study shows that a different drug, a once-daily pill called teriflunomid

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  9. 57 Genes Now Linked to MS

    Aug. 10, 2011 -- The number of genes linked to multiple sclerosis (MS) is now up to 57, following a large international study of more than 9,000 people with the disease. The genetic mapping of the disorder, a chronic disease affecting the central nervous system, is moving at a swift pace, says resea

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  10. Study Questions Cost-Effectiveness of MS Drugs

    July 20, 2011 -- Drugs that slow progression of multiple sclerosis (MS) offer health gains to some at very high prices, a new study shows. The study seems likely to reignite the national debate about how best to rein in runaway health care costs. It found that adding an injectable disease-modifying

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