Multiple Sclerosis News Update


I’m starting a new feature here at FUMS – “Multiple Sclerosis News Update.”  I’ll provide the headlines and the links to the most compelling stories in the Multiple Sclerosis world in the past 2 weeks.  Please let me know whether or not this is of value to you.  Leave me a message in the comment section below this post.  Thanks.


Researchers Identify Potential Cause of Multiple Sclerosis Movement and Balance Issues


Landmark Study Finds Previously Unknown Link Between The Brain And Immune System


Resetting the Immune System may halt Multiple Sclerosis progression


News about multiple sclerosis from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society


3D Printing Helps in Creation of Eye-Movement Controlled Wheelchair For The Paralyzed


Comorbidities in Multiple Sclerosis May Influence Pain


Q&A with Michael P. Pappano from the University of PA Health System: Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction in Multiple Sclerosis Treatment


Lottery winner Peter Congdon to fund multiple sclerosis facility


Little-Known Provision of the Affordable Care Act Is About to Pay Major Dividends for U.S. ConsumersInnate Lymphoid Cell Identified As Cause of Multiple Sclerosis Gender Differences


Carriers of Genetic Mutation at 17 Times Greater Risk for Multiple Sclerosis


Q&A With Herb Karpatkin from Hunter College Patients With Multiple Sclerosis May Benefit From Higher Intensity Weight Program


Drugs that Treat Skin Conditions May Help Combat Multiple Sclerosis


Stem Cells As The Road To Repairing Multiple Sclerosis


Q&A With Megan Weigel From Baptist Neurology: Treating Sexual Dysfunction in Patients With Multiple Sclerosis



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6 thoughts on “Multiple Sclerosis News Update”

  1. Kathy, this looks good. Almost overwhelming. I can see though that people can scroll down and look at which links are pertinant to them Good Job

  2. This is valuable info in easy way to access, ty for accumulating, I hope you continue with it. I have passed it on to another friend with MS

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