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Upper limb (UL) function impairment is prevalent among patients with primary progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS) and alters a patient’s quality of life. Researchers set out to evaluate the...

Fatigue influences daily activities of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) and reduces their quality of life. Most clinical trials evaluating interventions for fatigue in MS have shown only...

Researchers have examined the association between fish consumption and the risk of multiple sclerosis (MS) using data from the MS Sunshine Study. The multi-ethnic matched case-control study of...

Researchers have conducted a study to discover the baseline characteristics and follow up progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) patients who have been treated with biotin in France.

Biotin is...

A study that set out to discover whether trigeminal neuralgia emerges or worsens with the use of dalfampridine in MS patients has suggested that it may worsen pre-existing trigeminal neuralgia or...

Multiple sclerosis (MS) drug Alemtuzumab has been highlighted as one of a number of drugs being sold at extortionate prices to rip-off the public and the NHS.

Alemtuzumab was developed at...

Researchers have identified a region of the genome that regulates vitamin D activation in the kidneys, opening the door for more sophisticated treatments of conditions, including bone and immune...

A study has found that MRI scans can detect MS in children at its early stages, which allows the condition to be diagnosed and treated sooner.

The study,...

The trial conducted with clemastine fumarate, an antihistamine used to treat common allergies, has been talked about in the news since the beginning of last year. Now the results from the phase II...

A study of how diet can affect the course of multiple sclerosis (MS) in children has found that a fatty diet could increase the risk of relapse.

The study,...

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