Multiple Sclerosis

A Fatigue Nucleus In Multiple Sclerosis… And ME/CFS And Fibromyalgia ?

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By Cort Johnson in Health Rising. Fatigue has been a mystery to the research world. Take multiple sclerosis (MS) – one of the most fatiguing diseases known. Fatigue is often one of the first symptoms that shows up in MS and it’s often the most troubling symptom MS patients experience, yet the fatigue in MS isn’t […]

Mayo Clinic Research Discovers A Molecular Switch For Repairing Central Nervous System Disorders

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  From The Mayo Clinic.   ROCHESTER, Minn. — A molecular switch has the ability to turn on a substance in animals that repairs neurological damage in disorders such as multiple sclerosis (MS), Mayo Clinic researchers discovered. The early research in animal models could advance an already approved Food and Drug Administration therapy and also could lead to […]

MS And ME – A Comparison

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  From ME Support.   What is Multiple Sclerosis? In common with M.E., we do not yet know the exact causes of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), though research suggests that a combination of genetic and environmental factors may play a role in its development. It is not directly inherited and genes are only part of the […]

Are Surgeons Missing The Major Differential Diagnosis That Is More Common Than Multiple Sclerosis And HIV combined ?

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        By Nina Muirhead in Royal College of Surgeons.   It’s a great feeling when we meet a new outpatient that we know how to manage surgically. Unfortunately, every surgical specialty experiences a subgroup of patients who present with symptoms that cannot be resolved by surgery. These symptoms may span immune, neurological […]

Good News: First Licence Granted to Treat Pain With Medicinal Cannabis

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  From Your Daily Ideas.   License to treat pain with medicinal cannabis given the go ahead A license to treat chronic pain with medicinal cannabis has been granted here for the first time, it has emerged. A 3-month agreement was given the green light by the Department of Health to use Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) people […]

Claiming Disability Benefit ? Don’t Ever Dare Shake Hands

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  By Peter Bradshaw in The Guardian.   Do you shake hands? I do – with people I’m meeting for the first time, and often meeting up with people I already know really well. But the classic handshake is now not the single accepted greeting, and even with strangers you must awkwardly negotiate the possibility […]

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