This Multiple Sclerosis Patient’s Life Was Changed in a Big Way After a Clinical Trial
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This Multiple Sclerosis Patient’s Life Was Changed in a Big Way After a Clinical Trial

According to a story from Disability Today, Gary Campbell was just 30 years old, but his severe multiple sclerosis made him feel like someone who was three times older. His…

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New Study Reveals That Spinal Fluid Could Help Predict Multiple Sclerosis Progression
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New Study Reveals That Spinal Fluid Could Help Predict Multiple Sclerosis Progression

According to a story from medicalxpress.com, a recent study from the University of Birmingham discovered that the progression of multiple sclerosis could be predicted by spinal fluid analysis. This could…

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This Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Just Got Approved in United Arab Emirates
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This Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Just Got Approved in United Arab Emirates

According to a story from PR Newswire, the science and tech company Merck recently announced that Mavenclad (cladribine) was recently approved for public use by the UAE Ministry of Health…

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Albanian Father Caring For Wife With Multiple Sclerosis Threatened by Deportation
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Albanian Father Caring For Wife With Multiple Sclerosis Threatened by Deportation

Ded Rranxburgaj, 48, currently living in Southgate, Michigan is being threatened with deportation, although his wife suffering from multiple sclerosis, reported MSN News. While fighting the deportation from every angle, Ded…

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Is Multiple Sclerosis Challenging Your Ability to Get Your Zs?
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Is Multiple Sclerosis Challenging Your Ability to Get Your Zs?

Prepping for bedtime in my house is like going into battle. The children are provided the first warning around 7:30 p.m. From that moment forward, everything revolves around the mission-critical…

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New Study of Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN) Often Preceding a MS Diagnosis
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New Study of Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN) Often Preceding a MS Diagnosis

Trigeminal neuralgia (TN), or extreme, sudden facial pain associated with the 5th cranial nerve, occurs frequently in patients who have received a multiple sclerosis (MS) diagnosis. In a survey with 8,590 respondents,…

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This Guy Keeps it Real in His Blog About Living with MS and Narcolepsy
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This Guy Keeps it Real in His Blog About Living with MS and Narcolepsy

Fun fact about Bradley Mann: he used to feed boiled eggs to the pet raccoon at his nursery school. Trust me, this is only the start to an interesting life…

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Editor’s Choice: New MS Drug Approved, Narcolepsy Realities and Building a CF Team

Welcome back Patient Worthians! This week we have some exciting news for the MS community. Additionally, we have some great tips on how to build your CF dream team. Also,…

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