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Scientists Block MS in Mice Using Estrogen-Like Drug

December 9, 2014

A team of researchers at the University of California, Riverside, along with other collaborators, have identified a drug associated with estrogen, indazole chloride (Ind-Cl), that blocks the effects of multiple sclerosis (MS). The findings were reported December 1st in the ...

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Finding Joy in a Life with MS

December 3, 2014

by Christine Brovelli O’Brien

As I sit here writing this, I am pulling myself out of the funk I’ve been in for a few weeks.

My husband pointed out that I fell into this funk soon after I ...

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Exclusive Full Coverage: 2014 Winter MS Forum

November 25, 2014

Were you unable to join us for the Race to Erase MS Center Without Walls 2014 Winter Forum? We have amazing news for you! Race to Erase MS and Everyday Health partnered up to bring you exclusive full coverage of ...

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Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis and Progression Survey

November 7, 2014

Race to Erase MS is very excited to announce that we have partnered up with Everyday Health to administer a very exciting and ground breaking survey to those who have been diagnosed with MS. The survey has been designed to ...

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Identity Crisis

November 6, 2014

by Meagan Freeman

IDENTITY CRISIS: Who am I Now?
Finding a New Purpose and Passion After Your Career Has Ended

If you are anything like me, you probably spent years creating and establishing your career through education and work experience ...

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Abby's Mitzvah Project - A Guest Blog

October 22, 2014

by Abigail Katz


My name is Abigail Katz and I am 12 years old and in the 7th grade. I live in New Jersey with my mother Stacey, my father Adam and my older sister Jordyn. We are a very ...

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Should You Dive into Aquatic Exercise for Multiple Sclerosis

October 15, 2014

Exercise can help with management of multiple sclerosis symptoms, but physical activity is often a challenge for people who live with this disease. Aquatic exercise, or exercise in the water, is an option that could be just what the doctor ...

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When the Healer Becomes the Patient - A Guest Blog

October 6, 2014

by Meagan Freeman

I was diagnosed with MS in 2009, right in the middle of my Bachelors degree program in Nursing. I had been an emergency department RN for 10 years prior, and was hoping to pursue my Nurse Practitioner ...

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Researchers Report Finding Potential Multiple Sclerosis 'Off Switch'

September 17, 2014

When autoimmune diseases like multiple sclerosis attack a patient’s body from the inside it can be a difficult reminder of how hard it can be to treat a condition from the inside out. Recently, a team from the University ...

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Bike MS: Interview with Caroline Blackledge - A Guest Blog

August 23, 2014

by Caroline Kyriakou


Question: How was getting to Bike MS and your first day?

Answer: On Friday afternoon, my Bike MS teammate Deb and I left the Portland, Oregon area a little earlier than we had last year. I wanted ...

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Scientists Block MS in Mice Using Estrogen-Like Drug

Posted: Dec 09, 2014A team of researchers at the University of California, Riverside, along with other collaborators, have identified a ...

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