Phase 2 Trial for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis has Completed Enrollment
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Phase 2 Trial for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis has Completed Enrollment

FightMND is an Australian nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of motor neurone disease patients through funding research for cures. They've successfully provided millions toward research initiatives and clinical…

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As the ACA Faces Another Court Challenge, Patient Groups Urge Quick Action
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As the ACA Faces Another Court Challenge, Patient Groups Urge Quick Action

According to a story from newsroom.heart.org, one of the most substantial domestic policy achievements of the Obama administration was the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Since its passage,…

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Study Suggests that Gene Therapy Could Protect Multiple Sclerosis Patients from Vision Loss
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Study Suggests that Gene Therapy Could Protect Multiple Sclerosis Patients from Vision Loss

According to a story from Medical Xpress, a team of researchers from the medical school at the University of Massachusetts has revealed new information about the nature of neurodegenerative symptoms…

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Research Team Offers Recommendations to Improve Personalized Care for Multiple Sclerosis Patients
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Research Team Offers Recommendations to Improve Personalized Care for Multiple Sclerosis Patients

A New Working Group A team of healthcare professionals from the Institute for Quality and Efficacy in Health Care, the Drug Commission of the German Medical Association, and the Charité…

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Three Courageous Women With Multiple Sclerosis are Fighting the Disease by Running Marathons.
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Three Courageous Women With Multiple Sclerosis are Fighting the Disease by Running Marathons.

According to recent articles in Runner’s World Magazine, having a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis has not stopped Cheryl Hile, Jennifer Lee or Melissa Ossanna. Each woman is fighting the symptoms…

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Study Reveals a Key Difference Between People of Color with Multiple Sclerosis and Whites
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Study Reveals a Key Difference Between People of Color with Multiple Sclerosis and Whites

According to a story from Multiple Sclerosis News Today, a recent study has revealed a never-before-seen difference in multiple sclerosis patients of different racial backgrounds. The research found that people…

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This Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis Could be on its Way to Approval in the EU
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This Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis Could be on its Way to Approval in the EU

According to a story from finanznachricten.de, the drug company Novartis recently announced that the European Medicine Agency's (EMA) Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) has issued a positive…

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CBD-Based Treatment for Rare Childhood Epilepsies Gets Recommendation from NICE
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CBD-Based Treatment for Rare Childhood Epilepsies Gets Recommendation from NICE

According to a story from BioPortfolio, the biopharmaceutical company GW Pharmaceuticals plc recently announced that its medicine Epidyolex has earned recommendation from the UK National Institute for Health and Care…

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