Sunday August 20th 2017

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Prof. Lutz Harms on the origin and treatment of MS

Prof. Lutz Harms on the origin and treatment of MS

The Berlin neurologist tells us why there is still no cure for the autoimmune disorder, and how patients can be helped nonetheless. [Read More]

CCSVI 2013: ‘debunking,’ spin, and legal drama

CCSVI 2013: ‘debunking,’ spin, and legal drama

If there were a drinking game that called for taking a shot whenever the term chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency—or CCSVI—appeared in 2013 in a headline alongside “debunked” or “death knell,” we all would have been plastered well before New Year’s Eve. [Read More]

Wild goalie Josh Harding placed on I.R. to adjust to new MS medicine

Wild goalie Josh Harding placed on I.R. to adjust to new MS medicine

Josh Harding has been perhaps the feel-good story of the NHL season, putting up numbers unmatched for a goalie after revealing that he has multiple sclerosis. The Minnesota Wild goalie was placed on injured reserve Wednesday night to give him time to make adjustments to [Read More]

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