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New Year Changes for Race to Erase MS!

January 13, 2014


With a new year came new changes, including a website redesign, relocation of our offices, and a redesign of our online shop. Little by little things are coming together. Luckily, we’ve had great companies to assist us with our ...

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LA Confidential December 2013

December 7, 2013

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TB Vaccine Has Potential to Prevent MS

December 4, 2013

An anti-tuberculosis vaccine could prevent multiple sclerosis, early research suggests. The vaccine and a placebo were tested on people experiencing the first signs of MS symptoms (numbness, vision difficulties, and problems with balance). The experiment only tested 40 patients, but ...

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Fashion Plates - A Guest Blog

December 3, 2013

by Caroline Kyriakou


Fashion Plates is a fundraiser for the Greater New England National MS Society, which was held November 8th at the Sheraton Boston. I was fortunate to be invited to this wonderful event by the National MS Society ...

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Valley Life December 2013

December 2, 2013

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1.2 Million Invested in MS Care and Innovation

November 27, 2013

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Canada Inc. (Novartis) announced today an investment of 1.2 million in Alberta to collaborate with the Alberta government to advance care and innovation in multiple sclerosis (MS). This investment by Novartis, for MS research, marks the first ...

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MS: The Alternative Route - A Guest Blog

November 21, 2013

by Eve Morgan

“What we see is that patients do not usually use alternative treatments for treating symptoms, but as a preventative and strengthening element.”

This was the statement from Lasse Skovgaard of the Danish Multiple Sclerosis Society following a ...

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I Got This! - A Guest Blog

November 8, 2013

by Roni Jenkins

I like to run…in mud…and under barbed wire. Basically, I love to run obstacle course races (OCR’s). I’ve done a few Spartan Races this year and was hopping to participate in my first ...

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Rare Bacteria Might Be Trigger to MS

October 18, 2013

An article by Newsweek, recently highlighted the findings of scientists at Weill Cornell Medical College and the Rockefeller University that a rare bacteria might spur multiple sclerosis. A subtype of Clostridium Perfringens has been found in an MS patient. The ...

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Battling the Blues: Multiple Sclerosis and Overcoming Depression - A Guest Blog

October 17, 2013

by Eve Pearce

Depression is, perhaps, one of the most commonly overlooked conditions for MS patients and their families, yet as many as 50% of all those with MS suffer from this debilitating condition at some point in their lives ...

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