Your monthly MS news is back after spending a few months in the cooler. It will continue as before, with highlights, news on research and clinical trials as well as lifestyle, diet and mental and emotional health.
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- 5 Tips Managing Cold and Flu Season with MS
- A UCL Special Grand Round: Recent Advances in Multiple Sclerosis
- Five key events that will shape the multiple sclerosis market over the next 12 months
- Predicting MS in Patients With Clinically Isolated Syndrome: MAGNIMS vs McDonald Criteria
- Online Video Aims to Show How ‘Invisible’ Disabilities Affect Lives
- Video on Invisible Disabilities Breaks Down Barriers and Helps Make Connections
Research in Ireland
- Five leading Irish-based researchers to share SFI prize of €7m
- Two Trinity Researchers Among Five Winners of €7m in Funding
- Ground-breaking research looks at long-term headache relief in multiple sclerosis patients
- Clinical utility of magnetic corticospinal tract stimulation at the foramen magnum level
- Outer Retinal Dysfunction in the Absence of Structural Abnormalities in Multiple Sclerosis
- Retinal oximetry is affected in multiple sclerosis
- Easing Blood Flow in Neck Reduces Headaches, Fatigue in Certain MS Patients, Study Shows
- Identifying biomarkers for monitoring disease progression of multiple sclerosis
- Testing, Rigorous Research Needed for Cognition in MS
- Non-invasive Brain Stimulation Reduces MS-associated Cognitive Fatigue
- Longitudinal personality change associated with cognitive decline in multiple sclerosis
- PET trumps MRI in detecting damaged nerves in MS patients
- PET Scans May Help Image Multiple Sclerosis-Related Damage
- MS Patients’ High Osteopontin Protein Levels Make It a Potential Biomarker for the Disorder, Study …
- Study Identifies MS Patients at Risk of Severe Disease Reactivation After Gilenya Is Discontinued
- Gene Expression Poised to Become Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Target
- Non-Hispanic Women Have Highest MS Mortality Rates, But Blacks Die Earlier, UCLA Survey Finds
- Loss of Deep Grey Matter in Brain Linked to Greater Disability, MS Progression in Study
- Eye Movement Abnormalities In Multiple Sclerosis
- Researchers Found Precise Neuroprotective Approach to fix MS-Damaged Nerves
- Antidepressant Shows Potential as Treatment for Progressive MS
- Biogen’s MS drug Tecfidera could make cancer-killing viruses more potent: Study
- Holland Approves Clinical Trial Plans for AXIM’s Cannabis-based Gum for MS Pain and Spasticity
- Study of Betaferon Adherence in Patients With Multiple Sclerosis Treated With Interferon Beta-1b
- Primary progressive ms clinical trials
- 4 Multiple Sclerosis Studies Pharmacists Should Know About, Part 1
- A Study of Ocrelizumab in Participants With Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis
- Ocrelizumab Receives Licence in EU
- Clinical Disability in Multiple Sclerosis- New Concepts in Assessment and Treatment
- Brabio, 1st Generic Version of Copaxone for Relapsing MS, Launched in UK
- Off-label rituximab tops other disease-modifying therapies for multiple sclerosis
- Botox could help people with crippling health problems — but needs to be subsidised, doctors say
- Is Optic Neuritis Overdiagnosed?
- Best Advances of 2017: Picks from the Neurology Today Editorial Advisory Board
- Neurology News
- Palliative care interventions for people with multiple sclerosis
- Common Clinical and Imaging Conditions Misdiagnosed as Multiple Sclerosis
- Diagnosing MS Faster and Better
Mental & Emotional Health
- Is the association between health-related quality of life and fatigue mediated by depression in patients with multiple sclerosis? A Spanish cross-sectional study
- Managing Mental Health in Multiple Sclerosis (video)
- Diet, exercise prove helpful in treating MS
- Cholesterol hinders nerve cell repair in MS
- How Diet And Exercise Can Help Combat Multiple Sclerosis
- Signs you’re not getting enough calcium, vitamin A or vitamin D – and why it matters
- Recharge your Brain Sleep and Multiple Sclerosis (video)
News posted on Barts MS Blog, with thanks to Gavin Giovannoni and his team
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- Predicting low lymphocyte counts after DMTs
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- Taxis for wheelchair users!
- Why is MS more common in women?
- On how patients with multiple sclerosis weigh side effect severity and treatment efficacy when making treatment decisions
- Happy New Year Q&A Jan 2018
- Novartis: Future Looks Bright, But Valuation Is Full
- Faron Pharmaceuticals drug receives fast-track designation from US regulator
- Global Multiple Sclerosis Drugs Market 2017: Industry Analysis, Top Company, Research Forecast
- Biogen cuts $217m deal for Karyopharm neurology drug
- Biogen forecasts robust 2018, quarterly revenue beats on Spinraza sales
- Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Drugs Market Overview & Industry Landscape by Focusing On Top Key
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