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MS News: March 2017

Please allow me some nepotism and introduce you to the honourable American/Irish author and my friend Trevis Gleason! He penned a fantastic, witty, humorous and moving memoir about a very unexpected MS diagnosis, ending an old and starting a new career and fulfilling his dream of living in Ireland. You can buy his book here:

  1. Chef Interrupted: Discovering Life’s Second Course in Ireland with Multiple Sclerosis

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Highlight still on American Healthcare Act, the replacement plan for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) released by Congress on March 6, 2017

  1. Society Releases Statement on American Health Care Act
  2. National MS Society Urges Lawmakers to Oppose American Health Care Act
  3. Reducing Out-of-Pocket Cost Barriers to Specialty Drug Use Under Medicare Part D: Addressing
  4. Researchers find patients’ annual financial burden under Medicare Part D is ‘too much too soon’

New book by the honourable American/Irish author and friend Trevis Gleason!

  1. Chef Interrupted: Discovering Life’s Second Course in Ireland with Multiple Sclerosis

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  1. Blood Diagnostic Test for Multiple Sclerosis to be Released in May 2017

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MS News: September 2016

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Below are some MS-related topics that made the headlines this month. Do come back to check again, though, as the list will be updated every three to five days.

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  1. #ECTRIMS2016 – Congress on Latest in MS Research and Treatment Opens Sept. 14
  2. #ECTRIMS2016 – Stay Up to Date with My Pick of Congress Highlights
  3. 25 American Athletes To Watch At The Paralympics
  4. MRI key to distinguishing multiple sclerosis from its many mimics
  5. Trending Topics in Multiple Sclerosis

Pediatric MS

  1. Pediatric multiple sclerosis: meeting the needs of the young patient and the family
  2. Pediatric multiple sclerosis: observational trials show promise for interferon-beta and glatiramer
  3. Pediatric multiple sclerosis associated with cognitive impairment in approximately a third of patients
  4. Legal Planning & Care Planning For Young Multiple Sclerosis Patients Video

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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.

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  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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Positive MS News: February 2016

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  1. SHEMAR MOORE JOINS KISS GOODBYE

ACTRIMS 2016

  1. ACTRIMS 2016 Talk Weighs Clinical Differences, Similarities in 2 Major Forms of MS
  2. Results of New SPMS Study to Be Presented at ACTRIMS
  3. Effects of Specific Antibodies on MS Neurodegeneration to Be Presented at ACTRIMS Forum
  4. Treadmill Exercise Benefits MS Patients, According to Study Presented at ACTRIMS Forum
  5. NIH Study into Progressive MS Biomarkers to Be Presented at ACTRIMS 2016
  6. ACTRIMS Session on MS Progression to Emphasize Continuing Treatment of Advancing Disease

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Positive MS News: November 2015

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  1. Multiple sclerosis health news roundup 2015: MS prevention and treatment breakthroughs
  2. Study To Test Impact Of Chocolate On Multiple Sclerosis Fatigue
  3. Oxford Brookes to Study if Chocolate Could Actually Help Cure Multiple Sclerosis
  4. Chocolate could ease multiple sclerosis symptoms

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Positive MS News: October 2015

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It was a busy month. ECTRIMS (European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis Congress; October 7 – 10, 2015 in Barcelona) came and went, with insight and data offered on existing and new therapies. Continue reading

Positive MS News: September 2015

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  1. Less vitamin D and melatonin bad for multiple sclerosis
  2. Multiple sclerosis relapse risk influenced by melatonin levels
  3. Melatonin could help treat multiple sclerosis
  4. Melatonin Linked to Seasonal Relapses of Multiple Sclerosis

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Positive MS News: August 2015

Bibiana Bielekova, MD, is the new director of UC's Waddell Center for Multiple Sclerosis and and associate professor of neurology. Reference Jan 06 "Findings".

Vitamin D research was once again a recurring news story this month, with more studies linking lack of vitamin D to MS.

Also widely reported was the news Novartis bought GlaxoSmithKline’s remaining rights to Ofatumumab, an investigational multiple sclerosis medicine, for up to $1 billion.

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  1. Gene study finds link between multiple sclerosis and low vitamin D
  2. Gene study backs up link between vitamin D and multiple sclerosis risk
  3. Low levels of vitamin D may cause multiple sclerosis
  4. Vitamin D deficiency direct cause of multiple sclerosis (MS): Study

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