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         Multiple Sclerosis:     more books (100)
  1. McAlpine's Multiple Sclerosis by Alastair Compston, Ian R. McDonald, et all 2005-12-15
  2. Multiple Sclerosis (Oxford American Neurology Library) by Gary Birnbaum, 2009-02-02
  3. When the Diagnosis Is Multiple Sclerosis: Help, Hope, and Insights from an Affected Physician by Kym Orsetti Furney MD, 2009-08-28
  4. Multiple Sclerosis: Diagnosis, Medical Management, and Rehabilitation
  5. Employment Issues and Multiple Sclerosis by Ph.D. Philip D. RumrillJr. Jr., 2008-02-01
  6. 100 Questions&Answers About Multiple Sclerosis (100 Questions & Answers) by William A. Sheremata, 2010-09-28
  7. Facing the Cognitive Challenges of Multiple Sclerosis by Jeffrey N. Gingold, 2006-05-01
  8. Ms. Doesn't Stand for Multiple Sclerosis by Chamein Canton, 2001-01-08
  9. The MS Workbook: Living Fully With Multiple Sclerosis by George H., M.D. Kraft, Dawn M., Ph.D. Ehde, et all 2006-02
  10. Rising Up!: My Recovery from Multiple Sclerosis, Disability and Despair, including Western and Chinese Medicine, Tai Chi, Qigong, diet, neurological exercise, prayer, meditation, love and miracles. by Anna York, 2010-07-01
  11. The Multiple Sclerosis Diet Book: A Low-Fat Diet for the Treatment of M.S., Heart Disease, and Stroke by Roy L. Swank, Mary-Helen Pullen, 1977-04
  12. Special Diet Cookbooks: Multiple Sclerosis : Healthy Menus to Help in the Management of Multiple Sclerosis by Geraldine Fitzgerald, Fenella Briscoe, 1989-09
  13. Minding My Mitochondria 2nd Edition: How I overcame secondary progressivemultiple sclerosis (MS) and got out of mywheelchair. by Terry L. Wahls, 2010-04-01
  14. MS and Your Feelings: Handling the Ups and Downs of Multiple Sclerosis by Allison Shadday LCSW, 2006-12-28

41. Bee Venom Therapy Journal
One man's experience with multiple sclerosis and bee venom therapy.A day by day account of his journey to wellness.
and ifthedownifaid inte multiple-sclerosis bee BVT day-by-day account of a person with ms experimenting withschool then bee venom therapy alternative-medicine Apitherapy
An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind ." M. Ghandi
Bee Venom Therapy Journal
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Introduction - 09:54 A.M. July 15, 1997 EST This is a true story. It is a happening experience in the attempt to control the devastating effects that Multiple Sclerosis has wreaked on my physical body. I'd been diagnosed with the disease in the winter of '77. I remember vividly the shock and disappointment I experienced on that evening in Dr. Goodgold's office when he told me and my girlfriend Carol, who has since become my wife and the mother of my two children, that, "You have Multiple Sclerosis. MS. Do you know what that is?" I hadn't a clue. "There's no known cause and no known cure and there's nothing I can do for you. When there's a cure, you'll hear about it on the TV. Give me a call then." At the time I had felt him to be insensitive and crass but in retrospect, my symptoms had been minor as compared with what they are today. So he knew I could handle it. I had no choice. I would have to handle it. Well, that was 20 years ago and there's still no cure. And I'm still handling it - still searching for a cure -

42. Multiple Sclerosis - A Medical Journal From Arnold
multiple sclerosis Clinical and Laboratory Research. To view the online versionof multiple sclerosis (hosted by please click HERE.
Multiple Sclerosis
Clinical and Laboratory Research
Donald H Silberberg
, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, USA Print ISSN: 1352-4585 - Online ISSN: 1477-0970
Volume 10 - 2004 - Bi-Monthly - Approx 576 pages per volume To view the online version of Multiple Sclerosis (hosted by please click HERE
New for 2004 - Online submission
Multiple Sclerosis will be trialling online submission in 2004
Please click here for further details Multiple Sclerosis focuses on the aetiology and pathogenesis of demyelinating and inflammatory diseases of the central nervous system and on the application of such studies to scientifically based therapy. Carefully updated for the 2002 edition this notable journal now contains even more pages than previous editions. A vital journal for your research in the following areas:
  • Clinical neurology Myelin chemistry Neuroimaging Pathobiology of the blood/brain barrier Glial pathobiology/myelin repair Pathology Epidemiology Therapeutics Genetics Immunology Virology Psychology Rehabilitation
Outstanding information presented in a topical based format.

43. Optic Neuritis In Multiple Sclerosis
Research papers from neurological journals.
Optic Neuritis In Multiple Sclerosis
  • Long-term ReMyelination after Optic Neuritis: A 2-year Visual Evoked Potential and PsychoPhysical serial study
    Brain 2001 Mar;124(Pt 3):468-479
  • HLA typing in Acute Optic Neuritis
    Arch Neurol. 54:76-80; Jan.1997
  • Experimental tests of a neural-network model for Ocular oscillations caused by disease of Central Myelin
    Exp Brain Res 2000 Jul;133(2):189-97
  • Optic Neuritis
    2001 Jul;3(4):389-398
  • Multiple Sclerosis and Leber's Hereditary Optic Neuropathy Mitochondrial DNA mutations
    Rev Neurol (Paris) 2001 May;157(5):537-541
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    Optic Neuritis Treatment Trial in Multiple Sclerosis
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    Optic Neuritis and Multiple Sclerosis in children
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  • CerebroSpinal Fluid in Acute Optic Neuritis: experience of the Optic Neuritis Treatment Trial
    Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):368-72
  • Optic Neuritis incidence in Stockholm, Sweden, 1990-1995 Arch Ophthalmol 1997 Dec;115(12):1545-52
  • Optic Neuritis in African Americans Arch Neurol. Feb 1998;55:186-192
  • Pupillary Dysfunction in Multiple Sclerosis Clin Auton Res. 1997 Dec;7(6):315-9
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    46. Team Wanta Eliminate MS
    Comprises an evergrowing number of family and friends supporting the cause for a cure for multiple sclerosis. Includes ride calendar and its primary fund raising endeavor is the annual Oregon MS150 Bike Tour.
    Team Wanta Eliminate MS Supporting efforts to fight, treat, and cure the devastating effects of multiple sclerosis www. wanta eliminate ms .org
    Announcements Mark your calendar for the 2004 MS Bike Tour
    The 20th annual Oregon MS Bike Tour will be held August 14-15, 2004 . Mark your calendar and set your sights on another great ride. Save $20 by Registering Early! Register by December 15th for the 2004 MS Bike Tour for only $20 - that's a 50% savings! Don't miss this opportunity, the registration fee will never be lower. Register Now! Free Registration for VIPs If you raised $1,000 or more for the 2003 MS Bike Tour, you are a VIP! Register for the 2004 MS Bike Tour for FREE! Register Now! Team Wanta Raised $153,831 We increased our team six-year cumulative total by raising another $30,336 in the 2003 MS150 - see full results at - Congratulations team! Team Wanta Results Summary Year Riders Year Total Cumulative Total Bold indicates top honors for the respective year [ Home ] About History Pledge Current Events ... Email Website to a Friend This site best viewed, unfortunately, with Internet Explorer :)

    47. University Of California At Irvine - Multiple Sclerosis Center
    Academic Center including IV infusion services and Clinical Trial Participation

    48. National Multiple Sclerosis Society - About MS
    MS Learn Online presents multiple sclerosis What You Need to Know featuring Dr.L. Rolak. •. MS Facts. For people who live with multiple sclerosis over time. ms.asp

    Informacion en Espanol Symptoms What causes MS ... Who gets MS
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    featuring Dr. L. Rolak MS Facts MS Courses MS Treatments Ask the Experts ... Learn more about these and other webcasts In our Library... InsideMS
    Our quarterly lifestyle magazine Keep S'myelin
    Our interactive children's newsletter Brochures on a variety of MS-related topics The MS Information Sourcebook Videos Web Resources Browse our Library and Literature keyboard shortcut for this page: alt + M, enter Providing accurate, up-to-date information to individuals with MS, their families, and healthcare providers is central to our mission. What Is Multiple Sclerosis? Definition of the disease and description of the four clinical courses What Causes MS? The factors that may be responsible for MS Who Gets MS? Why some individuals are more likely than others to develop MS Symptoms The symptoms of MS are highly variable, depending on the areas of the central nervous system that have been affected

    49. Sample Care Plan For An MS Patient
    Nursing diagnoses, interventions and outcomes for the MS patient, offered by the multiple sclerosis Center at Barnabas Hospital, Bronx, N.Y.

    50. National Multiple Sclerosis Society - What Is MS
    What Is multiple sclerosis? MS is thought The National multiple sclerosisSociety One thing people with MS can count on. 1800-Fight is MS.asp

    Informacion en Espanol Symptoms What causes MS ... Who gets MS
    What Is Multiple Sclerosis?
    MS is thought to be an autoimmune disease that affects the central nervous system (CNS). The CNS consists of the brain, spinal cord, and the optic nerves. Surrounding and protecting the nerve fibers of the CNS is a fatty tissue called myelin , which helps nerve fibers conduct electrical impulses. In MS, myelin is lost in multiple areas, leaving scar tissue called sclerosis. These damaged areas are also known as plaques or lesions. Sometimes the nerve fiber itself is damaged or broken. Myelin not only protects nerve fibers, but makes their job possible. When myelin or the nerve fiber is destroyed or damaged, the ability of the nerves to conduct electrical impulses to and from the brain is disrupted, and this produces the various symptoms of MS. People with MS can expect one of four clinical courses of disease, each of which might be mild, moderate, or severe.
    MS is a chronic, unpredictable neurological disease that affects the central nervous system. MS is not contagious and is not directly inherited.

    51. Alexander Technique: Jim's MS Info
    A multiple sclerosis patient describes his experience with the Technique.
    The Alexander Technique My Experience
    Jim Haverlock

    August/September 2001 I have learned that 'we are often unaware' of habits that cause us stress and interfere with our ability to respond effectively to 'stimuli' in our daily lives. Having "Progressive MS" for the past 8 years has drastically changed my posture and functional mobility. As my nervous system has deteriorated, I developed many maladaptive habits to compensate for lost function. The Alexander Technique is all about changing these maladaptive habits so we can respond more effectively and achieve better, more efficient functioning. Although little known, the Alexander Technique has been recognized by knowledgable individuals for over 100 years as a unique and remarkably effective technique of mind-body re-education. I am not sure if it was ever meant for people suffering with MS, but I can personally attest that it is one of the very few therapies (including drug therapies) that has visibily improved the quality of my life.
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    Information shown here is for the express purpose of making it easier for my readers. It is recommended for all who are further interested, that they do their own research.

    52. - Multiple Sclerosis - The Influence Of Time On Disability - December 5,
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    FROM Despite the different types of multiple sclerosis (MS), the long-term consequences are very similar, according to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. After people with MS reach a certain level of disability, acute bouts of symptoms (relapses) have little affect on the time course of the illness. MS is a life-long, potentially debilitating autoimmune disease that affects the brain and spinal cord. Inflammation of the nervous system may result in the destruction of the insulating sheath (myelin) that covers nerve fibers, leaving multiple areas of scarring (sclerosis). This scarring impairs nerve conduction and affects muscle coordination, visual sensation and other nerve signals. Its cause is unknown.

    53. MSA Home Page
    The multiple sclerosis Association of King County 753 North 35th, Suite~208, Seattle,WA 981038802 (206) 633-2606 / Fax (206) 633-2920. The website hosted by

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    54. Welcome To The Stirling And District Branch Of The Multiple Sclerosis Society
    An organisation able to provide help and advice about all matters relating to M.S
    Home about news photo album links ... feedback Welcome to the Stirling and district branch of the Multiple Sclerosis Society "Dedicated to helping people with MS, their carers and families" Last updated 26/02/04 visitors since 15/10/03 email-

    55. The Cause Of Multiple Sclerosis - Home Of The Registered Charity: DIRECT-MS
    There is a great deal of scientific evidence which links dietary factorsto multiple sclerosis. Nutritional Factors and multiple sclerosis.
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    We would like to hear from you. If you would like to share your story about how diet has affected your symptoms, or if you would like to contribute dairy-free, gluten-free recipes, please send us an e-mail
    Latest booklet available: " Protect your family from MS "
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    This website has been set up to provide reliable, scientifically based information on the relationship between multiple sclerosis and nutritional factors. Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease in which one’s immune system attacks and gradually destroys the myelin sheaths which coat nerve axons in the central nervous system. The loss of myelin results in a myriad of disabilities which slowly accumulate with time. The cause of MS is unknown and current drug treatments only slightly slow the progression of the disease.

    56. BETASERON: Home
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    57. Multiple Sclerosis Foundation - Silicon Valley MS 150 Bike Tour
    Site features biking and walking events, registration, online pledge and donation forms, about MS, newsletter, and contacts.

    58. MS Ireland - Helping Everyone Affected By Multiple Sclerosis
    MS Ireland supports all those affected by multiple sclerosis information on livingwith MS, health care, local services, news events, resources, research

    Text Size: A A A A ... A search menu Select a Topic Home Page Living with MS Local Services The MS Care Centre Read Listen Browse Research About MS Ireland We Need Your Help Fundraising Young People's Club
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    59. National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Greater Delaware Valley Chapter
    Focal point for communications about the Chapter and serves as a way to keep friends of the Society informed about news, events, programs and how you can personally make a difference in the fight against MS.
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    60. Multiple Sclerosis: Hope Through Research
    An informational booklet on multiple sclerosis from the National Institute ofNeurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS). What is multiple sclerosis?
    National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Accessible version Science for the Brain The nation's leading supporter of biomedical research on disorders of the brain and nervous system Browse all disorders Browse all health
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    Although multiple sclerosis (MS) was first diagnosed in 1849, the earliest known description of a person with possible MS dates from fourteenth century Holland. An unpredictable disease of the central nervous system, MS can range from relatively benign to somewhat disabling to devastating as communication between the brain and other parts of the body is disrupted. The vast majority of patients are mildly affected, but in the worst cases MS can render a person unable to write, speak, or walk. A physician can diagnose MS in some patients soon after the onset of the illness. In others, however, physicians may not be able to readily identify the cause of the symptoms, leading to years of uncertainty and multiple diagnoses punctuated by baffling symptoms that mysteriously wax and wane.

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