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Progressive MS treatment phase III study update

MedDay, a biotechnology company focused on the treatment of nervous system disorders, has provided further information about the design of its pivotal clinical trial (MS-SPI) to investigate the efficacy and safety of MD1003 in the treatment of primary and secondary progressive multiple sclerosis..... Read More -
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Patients could benefit from brain boost

Multiple sclerosis patients could one day benefit from treatments that boost their brain function, a study has suggested.

Increasing the activity of neurons could be beneficial in people with the condition, researchers say. It could stimulate the production of a substance that protects nerve fibres...... Read More -
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Immune system component found.....

Immune system component found to be related to MS neurodegeneration

A study published in PLOS ONE provides new insights into the relationship between the immune system and neurodegeneration and clinical disability in MS, reports Multiple Sclerosis News Today.... Read More -
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MS patients less susceptible to gout claims study

A group of researchers have been investigating the theory that high levels of uric acid, whch may have protective effects on neurons and are present in gout patients, could mean gout resulting in a reduced risk of developing neurological disease, reports Multiple Sclerosis News Today...... Read More -
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Qualitative studies regarding MS

Has anyone found any Qualitative research on MS? I haven't found any and I am interested. For those who don't know what Qualitative research is, it is research performed through the collection of subjective and objective data rather than using raw number data. Quantitative research is what we mostly find on MS.

I would like to know what people with MS have in common. Has anyone researched that? I know that geographical and ethnicity studies ...
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MS and blood sugar

Hi. My mother has ms and is currently in ICU. Last week she was diagnosed with a UT I we has been having blood sugar spikes upto 609. They have been giving her insulin and brought it down to 332. My question is Can MS be causing this issue or is it more likely she is having kidney issues? Should we be asking doctors to test kidneys? Thanks for your help.
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Biotin "significantly improves" progressive MS-new study

In four patients with prominent visual impairment related to optic nerve injury, visual acuity improved significantly. Visual evoked potentials in two patients exhibited progressive reappearance of P100 waves, with normalization of latencies in one case. Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy (H-MRS) in one case showed a progressive normalization of the Choline/Creatine ratio. One patient with left homonymous hemianopia kept on improving from 2 to 16 months following treatment׳s onset. ...
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Effects of Vasectomy

Just had a vasectomy and then read some unsupported theory that said having sperm with no where to go can increase the immune response. There are studies that show Vasectomies have no effect on the risk of MS but curious how many men here have had the procedure and if their MS changed post surgery. Maybe PM me if you aren't comfortable posting...

I am kind of beating myself up as I typically research everything ...
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