anyway, no research abstracts, just a decent MS book list. if anyone would like to chime in with titles/brief descriptions/what you thought was best about it, please do.
i'll start (with the only book about ms that i've actually read )
BLACK PATENT SHOES Dancing With MS by Eva Marsh
"BLACK PATENT SHOES Dancing With MS" is my story of living with the symptoms of multiple sclerosis since age 8. Follow me, after diagnosis at age 22 and learn about decades old research that led me to challenge accepted perceptions and devise strategies for recovery from all the damage of many episodes of multiple sclerosis. No other book shares such a positive story of life after diagnosis, or reveals the research that forms the basis for my recovery experience.
I liked Eva's scientific approach, and her determination to recover and to challenge mainstream thinking.