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BBC Breakfast feature on CCSVI – 11 February 2010

BBC Breakfast feature on CCSVI – 11 February 2010

BBC Breakfast feature on CCSVI announcement from 11 February 2010. Features a brief interview with Dr Doug Brown, Biomedical Research Manager from the MS Society. Please note that the interview was filmed BEFORE the announcement of the Buffalo study results on 10 February [Read More]

Ben Parker Discusses MS and CCSVI

Ben Parker Discusses MS and CCSVI

Ben Parker talks about CCSVI and MS on BBC Radio Essex Posted by Eric Beauchamp [Read More]

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Myelin formation, limb function restored in MS mouse models

Myelin formation, limb function restored in MS mouse models

Researchers reveal how a microRNA regenerated myelin - the protective coating of nerve fibers - in mice with multiple [Read More]

Researchers find new gene interaction associated with increased MS risk

Researchers find new gene interaction associated with increased MS risk

A person carrying variants of two particular genes could be almost three times more likely to develop multiple [Read More]

UVA researchers discover unexpected interaction between men’s testes and immune system

UVA researchers discover unexpected interaction between men’s testes and immune system

The University of Virginia School of Medicine has again shown that a part of the body thought to be disconnected from [Read More]

Antidepressants and anti-seizure drugs can effectively treat diabetic nerve pain, research finds

Antidepressants and anti-seizure drugs can effectively treat diabetic nerve pain, research finds

A federal health agency has found certain antidepressants and anti-seizure drugs are among medications that effectively [Read More]

Women have statistically lower incidence of severe psoriasis compared to men, study reveals

Women have statistically lower incidence of severe psoriasis compared to men, study reveals

The fact that men are overrepresented in psoriasis registers and consume more psoriasis care have long led researchers [Read More]