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January 17, 2019

In MS, Targeting Gut Immune Cells May Ease Brain Inflammation, Study Says

A type of immune cell from the gut may be able to reduce brain inflammation in people with multiple sclerosis, a study reports. A type of […]
January 16, 2019

Multiple Sclerosis Won’t Stop This Woman From Running Ultra Marathons

Deanna Tysdal credits going long for keeping her symptoms at bay. It started with her thumb. In 2005, Deanna Tysdal’s finger went numb when she was […]
January 16, 2019

Cancer Death Rates Reach 25-Year Low

U.S. cancer death rates have declined continuously for the last quarter of a century, according to a new report. It’s a milestone in the fight against […]
January 15, 2019

Mollie Jepsen: My Crohn’s challenge

Paralympic champion set on Worlds glory despite disease diagnosis Para alpine skier Mollie Jepsen is used to overcoming physical challenges. It comes with the territory when […]
January 15, 2019

Cooling Therapy Can Increase Physical Acitivty in MS Patients

Read about a review study suggesting that lowering body temperature helps improve exercise and functional capability in MS patients. Lowering body temperature helps to improve exercise […]
January 15, 2019

Scientists Have Been Studying Cancers in a Strange Way

By growing cells in unrealistic liquids, they may have inadvertently skewed the results of their experiments. In 1959, an American physician named Harry Eagle mixed up […]
January 15, 2019

Single-Infusion Rituximab May Delay Development of Early Rheumatoid Arthritis

Data show that a single infusion of 1000 mg rituximab delays the development of arthritis in patients at risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis. A single infusion […]