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Gustav Klimt | Mäda Primavesi (1903–2000) | The Met

Gustav Klimt. Letter to Otto Primavesi. [1913] [published in English in Ref. Klein-Primavesi 2006, p. 31], acknowledges the payment of 15,000 crowns …

Art

Beautiful Houses: Nature House

Today we will show you a beautiful house in Bangkok, Thailand, a project by Junsekino Architect and Design. The house has a great flow and it is …

Inflammation, Iron, Energy Failure, and Oxidative Stress in the Pathogenesis of Multiple Sclerosis

Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity<p>Indexed in Science Citation Index Expanded<p>Journal Menu<p>About this Journal ·<br>• Abstracting and Indexing ·<br>• Aims and …

Multiple Sclerosis

Psychosocial factors linked to pain in multiple sclerosis

Acorda Announces Phase 1 Results for Remyelinating Antibody in Multiple Sclerosis

Acorda Therapeutics, Inc. has released results from a Phase 1 clinical trial of rHIgM22 for <b>multiple sclerosis</b>, showing that the medication is safe …

Progressive MS Pipeline Slowly Filling With New, Experimental Therapies

As the most common non-traumatic cause of disability in young people in the industrialized world, multiple sclerosis affects more than 2.5 million …

Cytokine May Play a Major Role in Multiple Sclerosis

Jefferson: Multiple sclerosis (MS) is caused by immune cells that activate a cascade of chemicals in the brain, attacking and degrading the …

Mitochondria May Play a Role in MS Development and Progression

Recent attention to the role of mitochondria in the etiology of <b>multiple sclerosis</b> (what causes the disease) suggests that <b>mitochondrial defects</b> and</b> …

Multiple Sclerosis: New drug repairs nerve damage

How does the new drug work?<p>The new drug is called “anti-LINGO-1”. It is an artificial antibody against LINGO-1. LINGO-1 is a protein found in the …

Spinal cord injury increases MS risk

Does spinal cord trauma increase your risk of getting MS? <b>#MSBlog #MSResearch</b><p><i>"This study below suggests that people with spinal cord injury are more</i> …

Hypertension drug guanabenz may improve multiple sclerosis outcomes [Pre Clinical]

<b>1. Both in vitro and in a mouse model, guanabenz treatment improved the survival of myelin-producing oligodendrocyte cells in the presence of</b> …

Clinical Trials

New drug could reverse the damage of multiple sclerosis

A new experimental drug, called anti-LINGO-1, has been found to repair myelin, radically improving nerve signalling<p>A new drug could reverse the damage of multiple sclerosis, curing balance and vision problems for sufferers, researchers believe.<p>The disorder occurs when myelin, the fatty material …

Multiple Sclerosis

Collections Object : Rain

<i>Rain</i><p>Vincent Willem van Gogh, Dutch, 1853 - 1890<p><b>Geography:</b><br>Made in France, Europe<p><b>Date:</b><br>1889<p><b>Medium:</b><br>Oil on canvas<p><b>Dimensions:</b><br>28 7/8 x 36 3/8 inches (73.3 x …

The Ancient Art of the Celtic People (PHOTOS)

St. Patrick's Day may be all about Celtic pride, but the history of the Celts is far richer, older, and more significant than just Ireland.<p>Digital …

Imaging

Breaking With Bogle

Now before I commit blasphemy, a few words: I am as close to being a Boglehead as you will find, without actually being one. The bulk of my portfolio …

Biogen wins U.S. approval of long acting multiple sclerosis drug | Reuters

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. health regulators on Friday approved Biogen Idec Inc’s Plegridy, a long-acting multiple sclerosis drug that the company expects will eventually replace its older big-selling Avonex treatment.<p>The company received European approval on July 23 for the drug that is intended to …

A type 2 biomarker separates relapsing-remitting from secondary progressive multiple sclerosis

Abstract<p><b>Objective:</b> We tested whether it is possible to differentiate relapsing-remitting (RR) from secondary progressive (SP) disease stages in …

Diagnostic System by Luoxis Can Detect Oxidative Stress in MS

<b>Luoxis Diagnostics, Inc.</b> recently presented three clinical and preclinical findings that feature the company’s proprietary <b>RedoxSYS™ Diagnostic System</b> …

Are we getting close to a multiple sclerosis cure?

More than 2.3 million people worldwide have multiple sclerosis (MS), a disease that interrupts the circuitry between the brain and the body. It …

ECTRIMS 2014: Daclizumab results

Daclizumab was my number 1 ECTRIMS highlight: what is it telling us about MS? <b>#MSBlog #MSResearch</b><p><i>"My number one ECTRIMS highlight is the MRI</i> …

Statins for Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

One of our Sermo physician experts, Andrew Wilner, M.D., a neurohospitalist, is a regular contributor to our Multiple Sclerosis HUB. He discusses the …

Healthcare News | Hospital News | Healthcare Magazine

Looking out for latest news on Healthcare Magazine? Check out the latest Healthcare news, Hospital News, Top news in Healthcare Magazine.<p>Healthcare …

Health Care Industry

Simple eye scan can reveal extent of Multiple Sclerosis

<b>A simple eye test may offer a fast and easy way to monitor patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), medical experts say in the journal Neurology.</b><p>Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) is a scan that measures the thickness of the lining at the back of the eye - the retina.<p>It takes a few minutes per eye …

Medical Research

how interesting- and it is not a terribly expensive drug, nor…

how interesting- and it is not a terribly expensive drug, nor very toxic.<p>from the summary: <br>"Findings from the MS-STAT trial showed that a high, daily dose of simvastatin was safe, well tolerated, and slowed brain atrophy (shrinkage) by 43% over two years compared with placebo. Longitudinal studies suggest that atrophy progression is linked with disability.<br>In its early stages, MS is characterized by intermittent neurological symptoms, called relapsing-remitting MS. Within 10 to 15 years, more …

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Multiple Sclerosis

Combining Copaxone Treatment with Female Hormone Reduces Multiple Sclerosis Relapse Rate

Among multiple sclerosis (MS) patients, a combination of estriol and Copaxone (glatiramer acetate) reduced the rate of relapse by 50% percent within …