PicnicHealth and Komodo Health Have Combined Their Data to Better Serve Multiple Sclerosis and Hemophilia Patients

Komodo Health and PicnicHealth have just announced that they have partnered together in effort to combine their data and better serve patients. This data will then be made accessible to…

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Biogen’s Recent Progress in Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis Presented at the 2021 Meeting of the AAN
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Biogen’s Recent Progress in Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis Presented at the 2021 Meeting of the AAN

According to an article in Biospace, Biogen, a biotechnology company headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, presented new data on its multiple sclerosis (MS) therapies at the virtual Meeting of the American…

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AI Used to Identify 3 MS Subtypes
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AI Used to Identify 3 MS Subtypes

Currently, multiple sclerosis (MS), an autoimmune and neurological disorder, is considered either progressive or relapsing-remitting. But could there be additional subtypes? According to new research, yes. As explained in Medical…

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Cleveland Clinic Educational Seminar: Living with Chronic Disease
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Cleveland Clinic Educational Seminar: Living with Chronic Disease

On March 11, 2021, Patient Worthy attended an educational seminar hosted by the Cleveland Clinic titled Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorder (NMOSD): Educational Seminar for Patients, Family Members and Caregivers Focus…

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New Multiple Sclerosis Drug Rejected by NICE
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New Multiple Sclerosis Drug Rejected by NICE

The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), an agency under the UK's National Health Service (NHS), has recently rejected Zeposia. Zeposia is an oral, multiple sclerosis (MS) treatment…

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Experimental Treatment Reduces Retinal Thinning in Progressive Multiple Sclerosis
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Experimental Treatment Reduces Retinal Thinning in Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

According to a story from GlobeNewswire, the biopharmaceutical company MediciNova, Inc. has announced encouraging results related in Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) in a phase 2b clinical trial. This clinical trial…

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Why The FDA Cautions Rare Neurological Disease Patients About Dental Amalgams

In a press release from the FDA; the FDA has new recommendations for a common mercury-based filling, dental amalgams. While the mercury in the tooth treatment isn't significant enough to…

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Study Examines Telehealth Visits for Patients with Autoimmune Conditions During COVID-19
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Study Examines Telehealth Visits for Patients with Autoimmune Conditions During COVID-19

Michael George and his team from the University of Pennsylvania have recently uncovered new insights regarding autoimmune patient’s comfortability with care during COVID-19. They've been working since the pandemic began…

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Early Ocrelizumab Treatment Benefits Patients with Primary Progressive MS, Extension Study Shares

Did you know that there are multiple forms of multiple sclerosis (MS)? The most common form of MS is relapsing-remitting, meaning patients go through symptomatic periods and periods of remission.…

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Scientists Have Discovered An Immune Cell That May Partially Reverse Damage Caused by ALS and MS

A series of articles recently published in FierceBiotech describe a discovery by Ohio State and Michigan University scientists. The teams have discovered an immune cell that could be tapped to…

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New Test Developed to Better Assess the Efficacy of Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 3 Therapies

Researchers at the Mayo Clinic have collaborated with the international community to develop a potential way to test for spinocerebellar ataxia type 3 (SCA3), also called Machado-Joseph Disease. Additionally, they…

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