Eating fish may be tied to a reduced risk of MSEating fish at least once a week or eating fish one to three times per month in addition to taking daily fish oil supplements...
UPDATED: Clinical Trial Results Announced in Study of Peginterferon Beta-1a – Company Submits Applic
UPDATED: Clinical Trial Results Announced in Study of Peginterferon Beta-1a – Company Submits Applic/About-the-Society/News/UPDATED-Clinical-Trial-Results-Announced-in-Study … read morePosted At: National MS Society
New Study Sheds Light on How Immune B Cells May Activate MS/About-the-Society/News/New-Study-Sheds-Light-on-How-Immune-B-Cells-May-Ac … read morePosted At: National MS Society
Antibodies in patients with rare disorder may have role preventing type 1 diabetesPeople with a rare autoimmune disorder produce autoimmune antibodies that appear to be linked to a reduced occurrence of type 1 diabetes,...
Multiple sclerosis: Healthful diet tied to lower riskAn Australian multicenter study found that those who ate more vegetables, fish, and other healthful foods had a lower risk of MS than those who ate less....
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