Assuming study is required, the following results were found.

  • Fooling nerve cells into acting normal

    an fatal injury. What exactly signals neurons to keep acting and operating normally has not been known until now. In a new study, scientists at the University of Missouri have discovered that a neuron's own electrical signal, or voltage, can indicate...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/fooling-nerve-cells-into-acting-normal
  • Do minerals play a role in development of multiple sclerosis?

    it. But little was known about whether zinc, iron and other minerals play a role in the development of the disease. A new study shows no link between dietary intake of several minerals and whether people later develop MS. The study is published in the...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/do-minerals-play-a-role-in-development-of-multiple-sclerosis
  • AJMC® in the Press, September 13, 2019 - AJMC.com Managed Markets Network

    Coverage of our peer-reviewed research and news reporting in the healthcare and mainstream press. A study published in this month’s issue ofThe American Journal of Managed Care®(AJMC®) evaluated the patterns of clinical service for long-term nursing...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/ajmc-in-the-press-september-13-2019-ajmc-com-managed-markets-network
  • DOUBT Study Clarifies Role of MRI for TIA or Stroke

    earn free cme credit Earn CME credit by reading this article and completing the posttest. Sign Up Study Authors: Shelagh B. Coutts, Francois Moreau, et al.; Margy E. McCullough-Hicks, Gregory W. Albers Target Audience and Goal Statement: Neurologists,...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/doubt-study-clarifies-role-of-mri-for-tia-or-stroke
  • Multiple sclerosis treatments delay progression of the disease

    An international study finds multiple sclerosis treatments have long-term benefits, and that early treatment is important. The Royal Melbourne Hospital and University of Melbourne-led study is the first to provide evidence that the currently available...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/multiple-sclerosis-treatments-delay-progression-of-the-disease
  • Could medical marijuana help older people with their ailments?

    lateral sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, neuropathy, spinal cord damage and multiple sclerosis, according to a preliminary study released today that will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology's 71st Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, May 4 to...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/could-medical-marijuana-help-older-people-with-their-ailments
  • Common treatment for multiple sclerosis may prolong life

    have found that a widely prescribed drug for multiple sclerosis (MS) is associated with longer survival for patients. The study, published today in the journal Brain, found that people with MS who took a beta interferon drug had a 32 per cent lower...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/common-treatment-for-multiple-sclerosis-may-prolong-life
  • Study sheds light on brain cell changes in people with MS

    cells found in the brains of people with multiple sclerosis could help develop improved therapies, research has found. The study focused on cells in the brain that help to repair damage to nerve cells caused by the disease. Researchers identified...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/study-sheds-light-on-brain-cell-changes-in-people-with-ms
  • Association Between Serum Neurofilament Light Chain Levels and Long-term Disease Course Among Patients With Multiple Sclerosis Followed up for 12 Years

    serve as a reliable biomarker of disease worsening for patients with multiple sclerosis? Findings In this cohort study of 607 patients with multiple sclerosis, serum neurofilament light chain levels increased significantly faster in those experiencing...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/association-between-serum-neurofilament-light-chain-levels-and-long-term-disease-course-among-patients-with-multiple-sclerosis-followed-up-for-12-years
  • #ECTRIMS2019 - Mayzent's Benefits for MS Patients a 'Key Question,' Says EXPAND's Principal Investigator - Multiple Sclerosis News Today

    the treatment of people with relapsing-remitting MS (RRMS) and active secondary progressive MS (SPMS). Data from the EXPAND study (NCT01665144) was one of the key pieces of evidence for Mayzent’s approval. Involving 1,651 patients with SPMS (both active...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/ectrims2019-mayzent-s-benefits-for-ms-patients-a-key-question-says-expand-s-principal-investigator-multiple-sclerosis-news-today
  • New app offers faster and easier assessment for multiple sclerosis

    States are living with the disease. MS is most common among women -- three women are diagnosed for every one man. In a study comparing the app, called iCAMS, to a standard, paper-based assessment tool, researchers say they found that the app produced...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/new-app-offers-faster-and-easier-assessment-for-multiple-sclerosis
  • Higher levels of serotonin after a seizure linked to lower incidence of breathing problems

    to a lower incidence of seizure-related breathing problems called apneas, when a person temporarily stops breathing. The study is published in the September 4, 2019, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology....

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/higher-levels-of-serotonin-after-a-seizure-linked-to-lower-incidence-of-breathing-problems
  • Pediatric onset multiple sclerosis study examines baffling, often-overlooked disease

    P. Cross, a senior research specialist in social work at the University of Illinois. Cross is also a co-author of a recent study on families of children with pediatric onset MS, published in the Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma. "Many of these...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/pediatric-onset-multiple-sclerosis-study-examines-baffling-often-overlooked-disease
  • Genentech’s Satralizumab Significantly Reduced Relapse Risk in Second Positive Phase III Study for Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorder

    Pivotal Phase III SAkuraStar study shows 55% reduction in the risk of relapse for satralizumab monotherapy versus placebo presented at ECTRIMS Congress 2019 74% reduction in the risk of relapse for satralizumab monotherapy versus placebo in people with...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/genentech-s-satralizumab-significantly-reduced-relapse-risk-in-second-positive-phase-iii-study-for-neuromyelitis-optica-spectrum-disorder
  • Researchers Identify Nerve Cells That Are Vulnerable to Damage in MS

    disease progression and cognitive impairment).They also confirmed the role of immune B cells in this type of damage.This study yields important new information about how MS may progress and why certain symptoms worsen. If confirmed, it is likely to...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/researchers-identify-nerve-cells-that-are-vulnerable-to-damage-in-ms
  • Research explains why many psychiatric drugs that work in the lab don’t work in people

    that could explain why many psychiatric drugs that work in the lab don’t work in people. Now an incredibly detailed new study shows it is also because of hundreds of crucial differences in gene expression between mouse and human brains. In other words,...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/research-explains-why-many-psychiatric-drugs-that-work-in-the-lab-don-t-work-in-people
  • Vegetable-rich diet lowers fatigue in multiple sclerosis patients by raising good cholesterol

    -- or good cholesterol -- may improve fatigue in multiple sclerosis patients, according to a new University at Buffalo-led study. The pilot study, which investigated the effects of fat levels in blood on fatigue caused by multiple sclerosis, found that...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/vegetable-rich-diet-lowers-fatigue-in-multiple-sclerosis-patients-by-raising-good-cholesterol
  • New clues to the origin and progression of multiple sclerosis

    electric signals and causes the symptoms of the disease. While it is unknown why the immune system attacks the myelin, a study by researchers at Karolinska Institutet shows that the cells that produce myelin, oligodendrocytes, might play an unexpected...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/new-clues-to-the-origin-and-progression-of-multiple-sclerosis
  • MS Risk Nearly Doubles 15 Years Following Teen Concussion - Medscape

    for multiple sclerosis (MS) later in life, especially 15 years or more following their head trauma, a large retrospective study suggests. This risk for developing MS over time nearly doubled in this population compared with people without a history of...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/ms-risk-nearly-doubles-15-years-following-teen-concussion-medscape
  • MS Patients Should Be Informed about Pregnancy Risks and Family Planning, Experts Say

    to the false belief that pregnancy would worsen their disease course. A shift in knowledge occurred in 1998 when the PRIMS study (Pregnancy in Multiple Sclerosis multicenter European study) showed that, overall, pregnancy did not affect the long-term...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/ms-patients-should-be-informed-about-pregnancy-risks-and-family-planning-experts-say

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