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Multiple sclerosis therapy improves gut flora

December 02, 2022

Treatment with dimethyl fumarate reduced the proportion of proinflammatory types of bacteria, which have been linked to MS, and supported the growth of “good” bacteria.
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Researchers seek to know why stem cell treatment works

November 14, 2022

These findings have enabled the researchers to understand why stem cell transplants are usually so successful.
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Study finds obesity linked to poorer disability outcomes

November 04, 2022

The findings suggest that dedicated management of obesity should be explored for its potential merit in improving long-term clinical outcomes of patients diagnosed with MS.
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Study: Brain discovery may help boost body’s ability to fight MS

October 19, 2022

The findings may point to a treatment avenue that could alter the behavior of these native brain cells to behave in a more neuroprotective way.
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Researchers seek participants to test drug safety

October 14, 2022

The study drug combines an antibody with a “brain shuttle” module, which delivers it to the brain.
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Researchers seek adolescent participants for ocrelizumad trials

October 13, 2022

This two-year study will evaluate the safety, tolerability, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamic effects of ocrelizumab in children and adolescents with relapsing-remitting MS.
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Researchers seeking patients with relapsing MS to participate in a clinical trial

October 12, 2022

The FENhance study is assessing how safe and effective the investigational study drug is in treating RMS.
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Researchers seek patients with primary progressive MS for clinical trial

October 10, 2022

The FENtripid Study is assessing how safe and effective the investigational study drug is in treating PPMS.
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Model predicts MS symptom outcomes during stay-at-home periods

October 06, 2022

The work could help inform policymakers tasked with issuing future stay-at-home orders or other similar responses during pandemics or natural disasters.
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Multiple sclerosis therapy improves gut flora

December 02, 2022

Treatment with dimethyl fumarate reduced the proportion of proinflammatory types of bacteria, which have been linked to MS, and supported the growth of “good” bacteria.
Learn more

Researchers seek to know why stem cell treatment works

November 14, 2022

These findings have enabled the researchers to understand why stem cell transplants are usually so successful.
Learn more

Study finds obesity linked to poorer disability outcomes

November 04, 2022

The findings suggest that dedicated management of obesity should be explored for its potential merit in improving long-term clinical outcomes of patients diagnosed with MS.
Learn more

Study: Brain discovery may help boost body’s ability to fight MS

October 19, 2022

The findings may point to a treatment avenue that could alter the behavior of these native brain cells to behave in a more neuroprotective way.
Learn more

Researchers seek participants to test drug safety

October 14, 2022

The study drug combines an antibody with a “brain shuttle” module, which delivers it to the brain.
Learn more

Researchers seek adolescent participants for ocrelizumad trials

October 13, 2022

This two-year study will evaluate the safety, tolerability, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamic effects of ocrelizumab in children and adolescents with relapsing-remitting MS.
Learn more

Researchers seeking patients with relapsing MS to participate in a clinical trial

October 12, 2022

The FENhance study is assessing how safe and effective the investigational study drug is in treating RMS.
Learn more

Researchers seek patients with primary progressive MS for clinical trial

October 10, 2022

The FENtripid Study is assessing how safe and effective the investigational study drug is in treating PPMS.
Learn more

Model predicts MS symptom outcomes during stay-at-home periods

October 06, 2022

The work could help inform policymakers tasked with issuing future stay-at-home orders or other similar responses during pandemics or natural disasters.
Learn more

Study: Improvements, few side effects with new stem cell treatment 

September 19, 2022

Biomarker analyses showed consistent treatment effects in neuroinflammation and neuroprotection pathways.
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MS Focus Providing Relief for Disaster Survivors

September 19, 2022

MS Focus has announced that the organization’s Cooling Program is being reopened for those in disaster zones.
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Healthcare spending may help explain link between MS and latitude

August 26, 2022

A new analysis shows the amount a country spends on healthcare may help explain the link between MS and latitude.
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Monkeypox vaccine and MS

August 15, 2022

Jynneos, is a nonreplicating live vaccine and is felt to be safe for all, regardless of immune status.
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Processing training has sustained benefits for individuals with MS  

May 25, 2022

Effective ways to improve processing speed in this population have the potential to enhance outcomes.
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Findings open way for personalized MS treatment

May 23, 2022

Researchers identified four new target molecules of potential significance for future personalised treatment of MS.
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Study: Interpersonal emotion regulation beneficial for countering depression in MS

May 20, 2022

This study, the first to provide Class 1 evidence of IER’s efficacy in the MS population, is an important step in addressing psychological comorbidities.
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MS patients with higher B cell counts have a better vaccine response

May 19, 2022

The levels of B cells before vaccination also did not affect the T-cell response, which suggests all patients have a certain benefit from the vaccination, even if antibodies are not formed.
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Researchers seek participants for parenting and MS online survey

May 10, 2022

Researchers are seeking participants for a survey aimed at gaining a better understanding of parenting among mothers with MS.
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