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August 8, 2019

Colorectal Cancer Rises Among Younger Adults

These cancers are much more common in older patients. But new data from Canada and the U.S. show a sharp increase among adults in their 20s […]
August 7, 2019

Cancer and nutrition research: How best to move it forward

In the proceedings of a recent conference about the interplay between nutrition and cancer, specialists note that interdisciplinarity is the way forward. In the past few […]
August 7, 2019

Early MRI Screening Can Predict Long-term MS Disability, Study Says

Routine magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) screening of people with multiple sclerosis can predict long-term disease progression, a 15-year study reported. Routine screening through magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of […]
August 6, 2019

Being Pregnant With Crohn’s Disease Means Accepting a Lack of Control

How I’m learning to let go Just short of two years ago, I found myself sitting in the emergency room with a fever of 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit, one […]
August 6, 2019

Does anesthesia, invasive surgery increase Multiple Sclerosis relapse risk?

Hesitation to put MS patients on the operating table, due to relapse risk, may have physicians delaying important surgeries unnecessarily. A recent Multiple Sclerosis Journal study that included data […]
August 6, 2019

Guillain-Barre Syndrome Linked to Hepatitis C Virus Infection

The development of Guillain-Barre syndrome has demonstrated an association with existing hepatitis C virus infection and mixed cryoglobulinemia. The development of Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS) has demonstrated […]
August 6, 2019

Dealing with psoriasis in the summer: 3 key questions answered

Summer can be a time of heightened anxiety for people living with psoriasis. Liz Connor takes a look. Psoriasis affects around two in every 100 people […]