Tag Archives: Treatment

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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Positive MS News: March 2016

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  1. Researchers spill the beans on coffee and MS
  2. Health Benefits Of Coffee: Multiple Sclerosis Risk Lower In People Who Drink More Java Daily
  3. Coffee may help combat Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Research

  1. Diabetic Oral Drugs Like Metformin Eased MS Symptoms in People with Both Diseases, Study Reports
  2. Signaling Molecule Seen to Induce CNS Remyelination in Mice with Spinal Injuries
  3. Oral MS Drug Derived from Plant Peptide Seen to Stop Disease Progression in Mice Continue reading

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Injection needle, fridge. Taking out another pre-filled syringe to ward of future multiple sclerosis relapses.

To others? A scary thing, a daily habit they could not fathom.

To me? Now, the fluid of my life. For my life. Continue reading

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