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Mum diagnosed with multiple sclerosis discovers it was really parasitic tick bite

Mum diagnosed with multiple sclerosis discovers it was really parasitic tick bite

A mum treated for multiple sclerosis for two years was actually infected with a parasitic tick bite and cured herself with antibiotics. Julia Marshall-Wessendorf, 37, was ­diagnosed with the potentially crippling disease after visiting her GP with a numb finger. The [Read More]

Woodlands man hopes to sting away effects of multiple sclerosis

Woodlands man hopes to sting away effects of multiple sclerosis

The fatigue from Alan Swor’s multiple sclerosis was so bad that he had to stop and rest while brushing his teeth or while shaving. However, the 48-year-old resident of The Woodlands is feeling much better and the fatigue is almost gone since starting a treatment regimen [Read More]

Multiple Sclerosis: ‘I’ll never let my illness hold me back’

Multiple Sclerosis: ‘I’ll never let my illness hold me back’

Samantha McCarthy likes nothing better than taking to the country roads on her bicycle of a summer evening – but this Clarewoman is not your typical cyclist. The petite blonde, who took up cycling two years ago, has spent the last two months preparing for the formidable [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]