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MS News: January 2017

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Go red to Kiss Goodbye to MS campaign!

  1. Supporters in County Donegal asked to Help Kiss Goodbye to MS
  2. Supporters in county Longford asked to Help Kiss Goodbye to MS
  3. Co Leitrim people are being asked to help ‘Kiss Goodbye to MS’

Highlight!

  1. The top 10 drug launches of 2017
  2. The year in new drugs

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MS News: July 2016

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Researchers at Queen’s University Belfast have begun a £2 million research programme to investigate reversing the damage caused by Multiple Sclerosis.

Highlight!

  1. Childhood MS: A guide for parents
  2. Queen’s University Belfast Awarded £2M in Bid to Reverse Myelin Damage in MS
  3. Exploring Multiple Sclerosis from the Inside

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MS News: May 2016

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Highlight!

  1. People with MS Share How They Are Stronger Than MS and Maintain Independence on World MS Day May 25

Research

  1. Hebrew University and Aurum Ventures Team to Create a Diagnostic Blood Test for RRMS
  2. JC Virus Carries a Mutation in MS Patients That Amplifies Brain Disease Known as PML
  3. MS and Young Adult-onset Hodgkin Lymphoma May Share Underlying Causes, Study Says
  4. Gut Microbiota in Young MS Patients Is Higher in Pro-Inflammatory Bacteria Than Usual, Study Finds
  5. Sanofi Genzyme and Johns Hopkins Partner on MS Research Projects into Disease Progression
  6. Study of Immune System Response to Viral Infection Revives Possibility of Link Between MS and Viruses
  7. Gut Bacteria Affects Myelin Content and Induces MS-Like Depression in Mice, Study Reports
  8. Modern Medicine’s Promising Future for MS Treatment: Stem Cell Therapy
  9. Fluorosamine Seen to Boost Remyelination in MS Mouse Model by Blocking Scarring Molecules
  10. Combined Use of Imaging Techniques Allows Scientists to Peer Into Myelin Formation
  11. High Glutamate Levels in Brain Seen to Drive MS Progression
  12. MS Patients May Be Prone to Other Chronic Illnesses, Study Finds
  13. Key Pathway in Antibody B-Cell Production Identified, Important to Diseases Like MS
  14. Cognitive Difficulties Known to MS Traced to Problems in Nerve Cell Activity in Hippocampus
  15. Low Prenatal Vitamin D Linked to Later MS in Offspring

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