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Multiple Sclerosis Health Center

News Related to Multiple Sclerosis

  1. Mindfulness Meditation vs. Multiple Sclerosis

    Sept. 27, 2010 -- Learning a mind-body technique called “mindfulness meditation” seems to help people with multiple sclerosis cope with the depression, fatigue, and anxiety associated with the disease, a new study indicates. Researchers in Switzerland signed up 150 people with mild to moderate multi

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  2. Gilenya, First Oral MS Drug, Gets FDA Nod

    Sept. 22, 2010 -- The FDA today approved Novartis' Gilenya, the first oral drug for multiple sclerosis (MS). Gilenya (formerly spelled Gilenia, generic name fingolimod) last June received the overwhelming approval of an FDA expert advisory panel. Gilenya treats the relapsing form of MS. The drug sig

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  3. Asthma Drug Albuterol May Help Treat MS

    Sept. 13, 2010 -- Adding the asthma drug albuterol to a treatment for multiple sclerosis (MS) improved walking ability and delayed the time to first relapse among patients in a newly published study. Patients starting daily injections of the MS drug glatiramer acetate -- known by the brand name Copa

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  4. Seasonal Pattern Is Seen in MS Patients

    Aug. 31, 2010 -- Brain lesions associated with increased multiple sclerosis activity appear in patients more often between the months of March and August, a new study shows. Researchers also say warmer temperatures and solar radiation also seem to be linked to increased activity in MS patients. Scie

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  5. Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Autoimmune Diseases

    Aug. 23, 2010 -- There is now biologic evidence to back up the belief that vitamin D may protect against autoimmune diseases and certain cancers. A new genetic analysis lends support to the idea that the vitamin interacts with genes specific for colorectal cancer, multiple sclerosis, type 1 diabetes

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  6. Active Mind May Protect MS Patients

    June 14, 2010 -- A small study of multiple sclerosis (MS) patients shows that maintaining an intellectually active lifestyle can help preserve learning and memory, even among patients with a high degree of brain damage. Although there’s no indication that being mentally engaged protects against brai

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  7. FDA Panel Votes to Approve Gilenya, First Oral MS Drug

    June 10, 2010 - An FDA expert advisory panel today overwhelmingly recommended approval of Novartis's Gilenya, the first oral drug for multiple sclerosis (MS). Gilenya (generic name, fingolimod) would be used for the relapsing form of MS. The drug significantly reduces MS attacks. However, it has ser

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  8. Survey Reveals Economic Toll of MS

    May 25, 2010 -- All over the world, of the people who quit working due to multiple sclerosis (MS), almost half did so within three years of being diagnosed with the debilitating disease, a new survey shows. The Multiple Sclerosis International Federation surveyed people with MS in 125 countries. The

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  9. 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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  10. 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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