Tag : multiple sclerosis (relapsing remitting)

Neurology

MESEMS: No Reduction in MS Lesions With Stem Cell Therapy

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Although the primary outcome of a multinational phase 2 study was negative, researchers said promising secondary findings support the use of mesenchymal stem cells in...
Neurology

ORACLE-MS: Cladribine Effective in MS Subgroups

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The recently approved disease-modifying therapy is expected to find a niche for patients with multiple sclerosis who fail other agents. Medscape Medical News Source link...
Neurology

Pace of Multiple Sclerosis Progression May Be Slowing

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The risk for reaching specific disability milestones in patients with multiple sclerosis has decreased over the past decade, a large cohort study from Sweden suggests....
Neurology

MS Linked to Alterations in Bile Acid Metabolism

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Abnormalities of these cholesterol metabolites in both children and adults with MS, along with encouraging preclinical findings, have spurred a clinical trial to assess supplementation...
Neurology

Novel Anti-B-Cell Therapy Looks Promising in MS

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A new and novel oral therapy for multiple sclerosis, which inactivates rather than depletes B cells, has shown promising results in its first efficacy study....
Neurology

'Burning Debate' on McDonald Diagnostic Criteria in MS

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New McDonald diagnostic criteria for multiple sclerosis were the focus of a debate here at the ECTRIMS 2018 congress that spilled over onto Twitter. Medscape...
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Years of Thyroid Monitoring Needed After MS Drug Alemtuzumab

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New study shows fluctuating patterns of thyroid dysfunction and later onset than previously seen associated with the MS drug alemtuzumab, suggesting the need for ongoing...

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