Infections seem to be more frequent before onset of pediatric multiple sclerosis: A Danish nationwide nested case–control study
Infections seem to be more frequent before onset of pediatric multiple sclerosis: A Danish nationwide nested case–control studyMultiple Sclerosis Journal, Ahead of Print. … read morePosted At: MS Journal
Golden Corral Aims to Raise $100,000 in September for Scholarships/About-the-Society/News/Golden-Corral-Aims-to-Raise-$100,000-in-September … read morePosted At: National MS Society
ANKRD55: New gene involved in Multiple Sclerosis discoveredA genetic variant in the 5q11 chromosome, which is associated with susceptibility to developing multiple sclerosis, greatly regulates a gene known as ANKRD55, researchers have discovered. Multiple...
Aerobic exercise, cognitive behavioural therapy and energy conservation management for multiple sclerosis (MS) fatigue: Are three trials better than one?
Aerobic exercise, cognitive behavioural therapy and energy conservation management for multiple sclerosis (MS) fatigue: Are three trials better than one?Multiple Sclerosis Journal, Volume 23, Issue 11, Page 1436-1440, October 2017. … read morePosted At:...
MS risk reduced by breast-feeding, study suggestsMothers who breast-feed for 15 months over the course of one or more pregnancies have a reduced risk of developing multiple sclerosis, study finds. … read morePosted At:...
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