Monthly Archives: February 2013
BG-12 has passed another test, being labeled safe and well-tolerated by multiple sclerosis patients. according to research lead by Robert Vox, MD, at the Cleveland Clinic. Skin flushing and mild gastrointestinal events are the most common side effects. This pill definitely offers an exciting and apparently effective option in lieu
World-renowned MS specialist and doctor James Bowen, MD, enjoyed a coffee-fueled interview in Seattle with his MS patient—and MS Blogger—Trevis Gleason. The resounding question in this interview is: How Did I Catch MS? For those who don’t know Trevis’s work, you might want to get to know him—-he’s also an
“Life is inherently risky. There is only one big risk you should avoid at all costs, and that is the risk of doing nothing.” – Denis Waitley Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis patient Enjoying the Ride discusses Intrathecal Methotrexate on the one year anniversary of his treatment. Read more: Intrathecal Methotrexate:
Women are twice as likely as men to suffer from multiple sclerosis and also its complications. Now, recent research reveals that women with multiple sclerosis are more likely to suffer from cardiovascular disease. One of the best treatments for these problems is also one of the most widely available and
Frank Veith, Professor of Vascular Surgery at New York University and the Cleveland Clinic, discusses chronic cerebral spinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI), providing an overview of the controversy surrounding this procedure. After clicking the link below, you can follow along with the video by reading the text that appears below it.
MS patient and reality star Jack Osbourne has filmed a new multiple sclerosis public service announcement about the disease, along with his music mogul mom, Sharon Osbourne. The famous duo hopes to get the word out about this difficult to diagnose disease which they had to learn about quite suddenly