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- Cells forged from human skin show promise in treating multiple sclerosis, myelin disorders Cells forged from human skin show promise in treating multiple sclerosis, myelin disorders
Human brain cells created by reprogramming skin cells are highly effective in treating myelin disorders, a family of diseases that includes multiple sclerosis and rare childhood disorders called pediatric leukodystrophies.
- Magnetic field exposure may affect neurodegenerative disease risk Magnetic field exposure may affect neurodegenerative disease risk
Occupational exposure to magnetic fields (MF) may be associated with "moderately increased risk" of certain neurodegenerative diseases —- including Alzheimer's and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
- One in three children with MS has cognitive impairment One in three children with MS has cognitive impairment
Data from the largest multicenter study accessing cognitive functioning in children with multiple sclerosis (MS) reveals that one-third of these patients have cognitive impairment, according to a research article. The study indicates that p [...]
- High risk of cardiovascular diseases amongst Swedish-born and immigrant MS patients High risk of cardiovascular diseases amongst Swedish-born and immigrant MS patients
A new study from Sweden shows that patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) run a high risk of heart attack, stroke and heart failure, regardless of migration background. The study is the first in the world to examine the risk of cardiovascula [...]
- Potential therapy target in multiple sclerosis Potential therapy target in multiple sclerosis
Findings offer a better understanding of the development and progression of multiple sclerosis and potential future therapeutic target.