Tag: multiple sclerosis

A total of 18 posts are filed under multiple sclerosis
Teva Showcases CNS Portfolio at 69th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., (NYSE and TASE: TEVA) today announced data for five of the Company’s innovative therapies for central… Continue Reading
The Letter I Would Write to Myself Before the Diagnosis
Dear Ellie of 2014, On June 18th, 2014, you will get your first Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis.  The type of MS you have will be changed a… Continue Reading
Boy with Rare Form of MS Gets Wish Granted at Texas Race Track
Thanks to KXAN.com for this piece. A Central Texas boy with a rare disease had a wish granted Sunday as he took off around the race track.… Continue Reading
Triumphs Over Trauma: The Scar Prints of Ted Meyer
Los Angeles artist Ted Meyer is scarred for life, but you wouldn’t know it from talking to him. His bright green eyes light up and his… Continue Reading
Patient Taking Novartis MS pill Developed Rare Disease, Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy
(Reuters) – A patient taking Novartis’ multiple sclerosis pill Gilenya developed a rare and potentially fatal viral disease, the Swiss… Continue Reading
Chronically Employed: Fitness Instructor Continues Work, Despite MS Diagnosis
Charla McMillian, 49. Alameda, California GG: What sort of job did you have before getting sick? CM: I was (and still am) a Certified… Continue Reading
A Message from the Myelin Repair Foundation
Dear MRF Supporters and Friends, We are pleased to announce the promising results of a MS-treatment clinical trial based on the research of… Continue Reading

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