Oh, media, when will you ever learn?

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Dear Media, You should know better. It began with this article in 2017 (*) Meet the Cambridge scientist on verge of curing Multiple Sclerosis: This amazing work could literally change the world Cambridgeshire Live, June 4th, 2017 Two years later… Meet Su Metcalfe, the Cambridge scientist on the verge of curing multiple sclerosis Healthy Living Idea, […]

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Understanding clinical trials

A clinical trial is a research study in which volunteers receive investigational treatments under the supervision of a physician and other research professionals. These treatments are developed by pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies who select qualified physicians, also known as investigators, to conduct clinical trials to determine the benefits of investigational drugs. Clinical trials are usually […]

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15 Essential MS Websites

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Barts MS Blog Multiple Sclerosis on Neurology Times MS Trust Shift MS National Multiple Sclerosis Society (US) Multiple Sclerosis Association of America Multiple Sclerosis Research News Multiple Sclerosis News Today Healthline, Understanding Multiple Sclerosis Multiple Sclerosis Society (UK) The MS Society of Ireland MultipleSclerosis.net Medscape Multiple Sclerosis Very well: Multiple Sclerosis Non-existent link © Willeke […]

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Raw

Social media often finds me catching my breath because of its reach, its intent and its questioning behaviour towards the mindset of the people they follow. After tweeting about the content of my blog, I received a rather ignorant private message from someone asking how raw my content, or I, can get and if I […]

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MS News: May 2016

Highlight! People with MS Share How They Are Stronger Than MS and Maintain Independence on World MS Day May 25 Research Hebrew University and Aurum Ventures Team to Create a Diagnostic Blood Test for RRMS JC Virus Carries a Mutation in MS Patients That Amplifies Brain Disease Known as PML MS and Young Adult-onset Hodgkin […]

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MS News: April 2016

Highlight! New injectable multiple sclerosis drug given go-ahead  Smoking Cessation Decelerates Brain Volume Loss in Multiple Sclerosis Research Catching glandular fever can prevent multiple sclerosis Drug boosts myelin regeneration in mice raising hope of future treatments for MS Gut Bacteria Affects Myelin Content and Induces MS-Like Depression in Mice, Study Reportsultiple sclerosis development risk linked with […]

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MS News: March 2016

Highlight! Researchers spill the beans on coffee and MS Health Benefits Of Coffee: Multiple Sclerosis Risk Lower In People Who Drink More Java Daily Coffee may help combat Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Research Diabetic Oral Drugs Like Metformin Eased MS Symptoms in People with Both Diseases, Study Reports Signaling Molecule Seen to Induce CNS Remyelination in […]

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MS News: February 2016

Highlight! SHEMAR MOORE JOINS KISS GOODBYE ACTRIMS 2016 ACTRIMS 2016 Talk Weighs Clinical Differences, Similarities in 2 Major Forms of MS Results of New SPMS Study to Be Presented at ACTRIMS Effects of Specific Antibodies on MS Neurodegeneration to Be Presented at ACTRIMS Forum Treadmill Exercise Benefits MS Patients, According to Study Presented at ACTRIMS Forum […]

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MS News: January 2016

Highlight! Multiple sclerosis in 2015: Managing the complexity of multiple sclerosis Cancer Treatment Shows “Remarkable” Ability to Reverse Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms

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