Multiple sclerosis

Evidence of the protein found in Rogue MS

Sep 23, 2017 | | Say something

A clandestine protein has been found in MS (MS), which could lead to a better understanding of the disease and other neurodegenerative disorders. Previous research has shown that rogue proteins cause brain damage in other brain diseases, such as Alzheimer Parkinson’s and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. In the new study, scientists at the University of Surrey, University […more]

MS spinal cord change “could offer a new drug target ‘

Aug 18, 2017 | | Say something

A change recently identified in the spinal cord that occurs in multiple sclerosis (MS) could allow scientists to develop treatments for the disease. scientists at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto believe that the change in the spinal cord could be altered to reduce cell damage nerve that occurs with the […more]

Women with MS ‘have lower levels of nutrients 5’

Jul 25, 2017 | | Say something

Women with MS (MS) have lower levels of five key nutrients, according to new research. These nutrients – food folate, vitamin E, magnesium, zeaxanthin and lutein-quercetin. – All have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory Researchers at Johns Hopkins University in the US He studied 27 Caucasian women with MS, compared with 30 healthy Caucasian women between the […more]

Stem cell treatment for MS ‘more effective than the drugs’

Jul 13, 2017 | | Say something

stem cell treatment could be more effective than drug therapy in the treatment of people with severe cases of multiple sclerosis (MS). A new study published in the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology compares the effectiveness of the two treatments in 21 people whose disability due to MS had increased over the […more]

NEDA measure ‘could be used to predict MS activity’

May 6, 2017 | | Say something

A tool that assesses disease activity may be a useful measure result of modifying therapy disease and a treatment goal in clinical practice, a new study reveals. According to the investigation of patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), “no evidence of disease activity ‘(NEDA) at two years can predict disability at seven years almost as well […more]

exercise program “can help treat MS ‘

Apr 23, 2017 | | Say something

A team of researchers from Case Western University has designed an exercise program to help people with multiple Sclerosis (MS) become more physically active. the program of 24 weeks is based on a series of booklets with different levels of difficulty. it allows people to start lower and build up exercise regimes, more challenging longer […more]

They are undiagnosed sleep disorders in MS cases?

Mar 21, 2017 | | Say something

Fatigue is a common symptom of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), but researchers believe that a large number of incidents of disorder Sleep are not diagnosed in such individuals. scientists at the University of California, Davis analyzed 2,300 MS patients and found that most (70 percent) had at least one sleep disorder. This suggests how important it […more]

It could anti-HIV drugs fight multiple sclerosis?

Feb 26, 2017 | | Say something

Scientists believe that HIV patients have a significantly lower risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS) risk, which could pave the way for greater understanding about the condition. Although not currently known whether HIV virus itself or the medications taken to combat it are key to the fight against multiple sclerosis, which is certainly an interesting […more]

Nanotechnology could help with multiple sclerosis?

Feb 24, 2017 | | Say something

Scientists believe that the use of nanotechnology could help develop a potential cure for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) researchers at the University of Southern California believe this could help achieve the same results as deep brain stimulation -. a common form of treatment for diseases such as multiple sclerosis – but without the risks associated with […more]