MS: Iron levels in brain ‘predict disability’A new type of MRI that accurately monitors irons levels in different brain areas could help identify MS patients at higher risk of physical disability. … read morePosted...
The evolving role of people with MS in clinical research—Some progress but more is neededMultiple Sclerosis Journal, Volume 23, Issue 12, Page 1579-1582, October 2017. … read morePosted At: MS Journal
Concurrent autoimmune hepatitis in multiple sclerosisMultiple Sclerosis Journal, Ahead of Print. … read morePosted At: MS Journal
Pivotal Meeting Probes MS Therapy Use in Children/About-the-Society/News/Pivotal-Meeting-Probes-MS-Therapy-Use-in-Children … read morePosted At: National MS Society
Evaluating the role of genetic variation in the epigenome in health and diseaseMultiple Sclerosis Journal, Volume 24, Issue 6, Page 707-709, May 2018. … read morePosted At: MS Journal
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