Could functional electrical stimulation (FES) and robotic support improve arm movement in people with MS?
15 April 2015
Positive interim results from major UK study on MS drugs
2 April 2015
Results of the analysis of the 6 year data of the Department of Health (DH) MS Risk-sharing Scheme (RSS), published in the Lancet Neurology today, show that the disease modifying drugs Avonex, Betaferon, Copaxone and Rebif are cost effective and are clinically effective in...
MS- SMART- secondary progressive MS trial starts recruiting
31 March 2015
Researchers have started to recruit 440 people with secondary progressive MS across the UK for a trial that will look at drugs that may limit the progression of MS.
How do bladder symptoms affect life for people with MS?
30 March 2015
This study aimed to find out more about how bladder problems interfere with quality of life for people with MS and to better understand what could be done to help.
Can personalised physical rehabilitation improve walking in people with MS?
24 March 2015
Telling children about MS: when, how and why?
16 March 2015
Can looking after your heart also help your MS?
3 March 2015
Can shift working put someone at increased risk of developing MS?
24 February 2015
Stem cells and MS: where are we now?
23 February 2015
We’ve all heard stories about miracle cures for MS; these days they often involve stem cells. Neil Scolding is the Burden Professor and Director of the Bristol Institute of Clinical Neurosciences, and he has a special interest in MS and cell therapy.
Clinically isolated syndrome: is it possible to predict who will go on to develop MS?
16 February 2015
How common are problems with swallowing in people with MS?
9 February 2015
A review of studies into swallowing problems in multiple sclerosis finds they are common but estimates vary.
Does tailored treatment help to improve cognitive symptoms?
2 February 2015
About half of all people with MS have problems at some time with aspects of thinking such as memory, concentration or problem solving.
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