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Seattle women ‘liberate’ themselves from MS

Seattle women ‘liberate’ themselves from MS

The medical community is being turned upside down – because of a new treatment for multiple sclerosis. It’s called the “Liberation procedure” – but it’s almost impossible to get. So two local women with the disease decided to take [Read More]

Vancouver company cashes in on MS treatment

Vancouver company cashes in on MS treatment

A Vancouver-based medical tourism company is cashing in on the reluctance by many provincial governments to fund a controversial therapy to treat multiple sclerosis. Passport Medical has arranged for foreign treatment using so-called liberation therapy for more than 350 MS [Read More]

Informal fraternity links MS sufferers seeking liberation therapy

Informal fraternity links MS sufferers seeking liberation therapy

An informal fraternity is emerging among people seeking or who have already received a scientifically untested, but promising, foreign treatment for multiple sclerosis, a progressively debilitating brain and spinal cord disease. Guelph’s Mel Roumeliotis had liberation [Read More]

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MS Society Hosts Joint Congressional Briefing on the Value of Rehabilitation

MS Society Hosts Joint Congressional Briefing on the Value of Rehabilitation

/About-the-Society/News/Society-Hosts-Joint-Congressional-Briefing-on-the [Read More]

MS Society Disappointed with Senate Healthcare Bill

MS Society Disappointed with Senate Healthcare Bill

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Type I interferons could have role in natural improvement of RA during pregnancy

Type I interferons could have role in natural improvement of RA during pregnancy

An international US-Danish team of scientists, led by Damini Jawaheer, Ph.D. at the UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital [Read More]

Shared decision-making essential to optimal treatment and quality of life for patients with MS

Shared decision-making essential to optimal treatment and quality of life for patients with MS

One of the cornerstones of multiple sclerosis treatment is shared decision-making between patients and their doctors [Read More]

UC consortium formed to speed up development of new drugs

UC consortium formed to speed up development of new drugs

For 12 years, UCLA researcher Dennis Slamon pursued a groundbreaking approach to treating breast cancer: Attack the [Read More]