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Medical Marijuana: What the Research Shows
More than 24 studies have looked at smoked marijuana, cannabinoids, and MS. Most reported that it helped...More
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The MS Mistress
Sometimes we need to laugh or just know another person understands or gets what we are going through....More
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Need an extra hand?
At Clockwork, we are all about lending an extra hand. Whether you need help with activities of...More
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Run From the Cure
PLEASE watch on U=tube (Run From the Cure) followed by (LEAF) I have watched this work miracles. It was in...More
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MRI Funding Assistance
The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA) has a program that helps pay for one brain MRI every...More
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Looking for contributions and stories
A relative of found out he had MS last year. Since then he was able to give meaning to his live and as a part...More
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ms-extreme.org
Hello ALL! I am also an MS sufferer and was Dx'd in January of 2003. I started an MS organization to Help...More
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What is "Stage 4" MS?
Well-writren article by Lisa Emrich, Healthcentral.com's MS patient expert, clarifying the types of MS,...More
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Scientists Pinpoint Antibody that may be Specific ...
A recent study has shown that 47% of the MS patients in a group possessed the KIR4.1 antibody, which binds...More
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Doc, It Hurts When I Do This...Pasta and Peeves: T...
Read my latest essay about the Italian spin on CCSVI as well as the latest criteria for MS testing....More
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Secondary Progressive MS treatment fast-tracked fo...
Opexa has changed the name of its drug, Tovaxin, to Tcelna, as it relaunches Phase IIb trials in 2012 in...More
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MS Comprehensive Care for MS Professionals website
Though it is for MS professionals, patients can register, too. A Novartis-sponsored MS site with excellent...More
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MSFocus interviews with Dr. Boster
Scroll down to the bottom of this info-packed page to audio links and listen to the March 2 and March 3,...More
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User Guide for Online Medical Research
Not sure where to start searching for answers to your health questions? The Medical Library Association...More
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Multiple Sclerosis Unplugged
Radio interview program with Hosts Deanna Kirkpatrick and Stu Schlossman, two MS patients who interview a...More
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myoddsock
Funny MS blog written by former stand-up comic Doug Ankerman. Guarantee it will brighten your day.
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InsideMyStory
Extremely well-written personal MS narratives by an MS patient advocate. ...More
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Doc, It Hurts When I Do This...
Personal essays by Kim Dolce (hackwriter), a writer with MS who lives in southeast Michigan.
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Life with MS and RA Blog (Brass and ivory)
Home of the 'Carnival of MS Bloggers' and 'Brass and Ivory', I discuss life with multiple sclerosis and...More
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Featuring Experts

Neil S. Lava, MD, is the director of the multiple sclerosis clinic at Emory University in Atlanta. He has been treating multiple sclerosis patients si...More

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