Multiple Sclerosis

March 1, 2019

Early intensive treatment of multiple sclerosis associated with slower progression of disability

A new study backs the use of anti-inflammatory disease modifying therapies for multiple sclerosis. 1. In this prospective cohort study of patients with multiple sclerosis, upfront […]
February 28, 2019

Relapse, Relapse, Relapse

Columnist John Connor describes how a relapse severely affected his life. He also shares about his friend’s differing experience with one. Relapses can be sneaky. They […]
February 27, 2019

Need to Know: What Is Remyelination?

In this installment of the “Need to Know” column series, columnist Tamara Sellman takes an in-depth look into remyelination therapy. What is remyelination? Multiple sclerosis (MS) […]
February 26, 2019

The More Things Change …

Columnist Jamie Hughes shares an interesting perspective on 15 years of living with her MS diagnosis: It’s like that old Peter Allen song. An awesome friend […]
February 25, 2019

With MS, I Want to Be Alive, Rather Than Just ‘Not Dead’

Columnist Jamie Hughes writes that she wants to live every moment fully, as she believes that real living happens outside of our comfort zones. “I’m alive,” […]
February 22, 2019

Multiple Sclerosis: Flare up and fighting back

One year ago today, I began to lose the feeling throughout most of my body because of a flare up of my multiple sclerosis. It was […]
February 21, 2019

Need to Know: Do Children Get Multiple Sclerosis?

In this entry of the series “Need to Know,” columnist Tamara Sellman writes about the demographics and complications of children with MS. People are often surprised […]