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Research teams making progress collecting critical data on CCSVI: MS society

Research teams making progress collecting critical data on CCSVI: MS society

Research teams investigating a potential and hotly debated cause of MS say they are making good progress toward providing essential data that will help to design a clinical trial of a proposed treatment for the disease. The seven Canadian and U.S. teams were given $2.4 [Read More]

Fundraisers to help Pam

Fundraisers to help Pam

A young Chatham mother is counting on a number of upcoming fundraisers to help finance a $15,000 surgical procedure. Twenty-seven-year-old Pam Lozon, diagnosed in 2009 with Multiple Sclerosis, is convinced a “liberation treatment” available in California will [Read More]

Battling multiple sclerosis

Battling multiple sclerosis

Rachel Proulx has an expansive resume, packed to the brim with impressive accomplishments. She has hosted a national conference for the Canadian Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Clubs (BPW Canada), served as the national organization’s president (among [Read More]

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Cellular self-digestion process plays role in development of autoimmune diseases

Cellular self-digestion process plays role in development of autoimmune diseases

Autophagy allows cells to degrade and recycle their cellular components. Researchers at UZH have now demonstrated that [Read More]

Cambridge University Scientist Wins Innovation Prize for MS Research

Cambridge University Scientist Wins Innovation Prize for MS Research

/About-the-Society/News/Cambridge-University-Scientist-Wins-Innovation-Pri [Read More]

Study reveals how the body clock and time of day may influence autoimmune conditions

Study reveals how the body clock and time of day may influence autoimmune conditions

Insights into how the body clock and time of day influence immune responses are revealed today in a study published in [Read More]

New research finds that MS, the most common inflammatory disease of the central nervous system, may be triggered by an imbalance in gut flora

New research finds that MS, the most common inflammatory disease of the central nervous system, may be triggered by an imbalance in gut flora

(Natural News) Intestinal flora may be the key to understanding how multiple sclerosis develops. Previous assumptions [Read More]

Time of day affects severity of autoimmune disease

Time of day affects severity of autoimmune disease

(Trinity College Dublin) Immune responses and the regulation of autoimmunity are affected by the time of day when the [Read More]