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  1. Multiple Sclerosis: A Comprehensive Text by Cedric S. Raine PhDDScFRCPath, Henry McFarland MD, et all 2008-07-02
  2. Experimental Models of Multiple Sclerosis
  3. Multiple Sclerosis: A New Journey by MD, Richard C. Senelick, 2010-01-01
  4. Treating Multiple Sclerosis: An Integrative Approach You Will Not Get from Your Doctor by Reena Arora, 2008-12-10
  5. Multiple Sclerosis: The Facts You Need (Your Personal Health) by Paul O'Connor, 2008-12-30
  6. Advances in Multiple Sclerosis and Experimental Demyelinating Diseases (Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology) by Moses Rodriguez, 2007-12-18
  7. The Comfort of Home Multiple Sclerosis Edition: An Illustrated Step-by-Step Guide for Multiple Sclerosis Caregivers by Maria M. Meyer, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, et all 2006-05-20
  8. Multiple Sclerosis: Theory and Practice for Nurses by Megan Burgess, 2002-04-05
  9. Neurodegeneration in Multiple Sclerosis (Topics in Neuroscience)
  10. Reversing Multiple Sclerosis: 9 Effective Steps to Recover Your Health by Celeste Pepe, Lisa Hammond, 2001-04-01
  11. Multiple Sclerosis in Clinical Practice by Patricia K Coyle, Fred Lublin, et all 2003-02-13
  12. Multiple Sclerosis (Oxford Care Manuals) by John Zajicek, Jenny Freeman, et all 2007-08-16
  13. Multiple Sclerosis by Douglas McAlpine, 1955-12
  14. Multiple Sclerosis: Etiology, Diagnosis, and New Treatment Strategies (Current Clinical Neurology)

121. Multiple Sclerosis: Online Reference For Health Concerns
multiple sclerosis overview, diagnosis, symptoms, supplements andtreatment information. multiple sclerosis Updated 05/23/2003.
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122. National Multiple Sclerosis Society - My Community
Programs and services include peer counseling and support groups, advocacy, information and referral, durable medical equipment loans, and educational workshops for clients, families, and professionals.

123. Multiple Sclerosis And Diet
A compendium of references to web sites which discuss using dietary interventionto control multiple sclerosis. multiple sclerosis and Dietary Intervention.
Multiple Sclerosis and Dietary Intervention
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Below is what I've collected on diet and MS. The real focus should be on getting the gluten and casein out of the diet.
  • Roger MacDougall was a famous British playwright, who was diagnosed with MS in the 1950's. The doctors felt it was best to keep the information from him. They thought it was in his best interests not to tell him what he had. It was not until he was bedridden that he learned what illness he had. When he knew about it, he did some reading, and went on a gluten and casein free diet. He recovered almost totally. MacDougall eventually wrote a pamphlet. Edited for the web and now found here: My Fight Against Multiple Sclerosis . Pamphlet published 1980 by Regenics Inc, Rt. 10, 2660 Touby Road, Mansfield Ohio 44903, Telephone (419) 756-2994 (Cost $2). In the Oct. 5, 1974, Lancet, Dr. Norman A. Matheson's letter "Multiple Sclerosis and Diet" was published on p. 831, wherein he outlined his having been diagnosed with MS and subsequently reading Roger MacDougall's story. He then described his return to good health and ended with: "I thank Roger MacDougall, whose diet made it possible to carry out these observations." At Chet Day's site can be found two articles by Ashton Embry: Multiple Sclerosis and Food Hypersensitivities and The Critical Need for Dietary Research into the Cause and Progression of Multiple Sclerosis Betty Iams' site includes

124. Multiple Sclerosis - MS
Learn about multiple sclerosis, find MS news and research, take part in an onlinecommunity, or join the buddy program. Learn About multiple sclerosis (MS),
Learn about multiple sclerosis , find MS news and research, take part in an online community, or join the buddy program.
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125. Copaxone
A resource dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with relapsingremitting multiple sclerosis through information, education and support.

126. Be Wary Of Multiple Sclerosis "Cures"
Be Wary of multiple sclerosis Cures . Stephen Barrett, MD. Reliable informationis also available from the National multiple sclerosis Society.
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Be Wary of Multiple Sclerosis "Cures"
Stephen Barrett, M.D.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a degenerative disease in which patches of inflammation and scarring interfere with the function of the brain, spinal cord, and/or the nerves to the eyes. The cause of MS is unknown, but the most attractive theory is that it is an immune reaction to the nervous system. Its symptoms include muscular weakness, loss of coordination, and difficulty with speech and vision. It occurs chiefly in young adults and, like arthritis, can have a very variable course. Some people have only a single attack. Others have only a few attacks in a lifetime, recover from these, and experience no disability except during attacks. Others have frequent attacks from which they don't recover completely, but which cause only partial disability. Still others have a slow progression of disability over a period of 10 to 25 years, which eventually leaves them helpless. When attacks occur, symptoms may come and go suddenly and may even vary from hour to hour. MS's extreme variability makes it a perfect disease for quacks. The only way to know whether a treatment is effective is to follow many patients for years to see whether those who receive the treatment do better than those who do not. Quacks don't bother with this kind of testing, however. They simply claim credit whenever anyone who consults them improves. And since the majority of attacks are followed by complete or partial recovery, persuasive quacks can acquire patients who swear by whatever they recommend.

127. Annette Funicello Fund For Neurological Disorders
The actor, who lives with multiple sclerosis, established the fund in 1993. Site allows visitors to donate money online.
Annette Funicello Fund For Neurological Disorders
Annette Funicello stopped being just another teenager in 1955, when she and the rest of the Mousketeers were introduced to America in a national TV special that coincided with the opening of Disneyland. Since that day, she has lived her life in the spotlight. She first noticed signs of what would be diagnosed as multiple sclerosis while working on the 1987 film Back to the Beach. In 1992, she made her diagnosis public, saying "I think you only have two choices in this kind of situation. Either you give in to it or you fight it. I intend to fight." To battle Multiple Sclerosis, she established the Annette Funicello Fund for Neurological Disorders at the California Community Foundation in 1993.
Most people with MS are diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 40 but the unpredictable physical and emotional effects can be lifelong. The progress, severity and specific symptoms of MS in any one person cannot yet be predicted, but advances in research and treatment are giving hope to those affected by the disease.
A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes.

128. Multiple Sclerosis - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
eMedicine Health multiple sclerosis Overviewmultiple sclerosis (MS) can be thought of as an inflammatory process involving differentareas of the central nervous system (CNS) at various points in time.
Multiple sclerosis
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Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a demyelinating disease , a non-contagious chronic autoimmune disorder of the central nervous system which can present with a variety of neurological symptoms occurring in attacks or slowly progressing over time. Table of contents 1 Historical overview 2 Geographic, race, sex and age distribution (Epidemiology) 3 Disease mechanism (Etiology and Pathogenesis) 4 Diagnosis ... edit
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There are a few early reports about patients who could have suffered from MS. St. Lidwina of Schiedam ), a Dutch nun
St. Lidwina of Schiedam - the first MS patient? Augustus Frederick d'Este ( ), an illegitimate grandson of King George III , another famous MS patient, left a detailed diary describing his 22 years living with the disease. It began at 28 with a sudden transient visual loss after the funeral of a friend. During the course of his disease he developed weakness of the legs, clumsiness of the hands, numbness, dizziness, bladder disturbances, and erectile dysfunction . In , he was confined to a wheelchair . Until his death four years later, he kept an optimistic view of life. The British diarist

129. - Multiple Sclerosis
Symptoms, causes, risk factors, diagnosis, treatment and methods of selfcare.

130. Collected Resources : Multiple Sclerosis
multiple sclerosis. DOCTORS DIAGNOSIS multiple sclerosis Harriet Gaze BMJ2003;32613231324 , doi10.1136/bmj.326.7402.1323 Full text PDF.

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Association between stressful life events and exacerbation in multiple sclerosis: a meta-analysis
David C Mohr, Stacey L Hart, Laura Julian, Darcy Cox, and Daniel Pelletier
BMJ 2004;328:731, doi:10.1136/bmj.38041.724421.55 [Abstract] [Abridged text] [Abridged PDF] [Full text] ... [PDF]
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Association between stressful life events and exacerbation in multiple sclerosis: a meta-analysis
David C Mohr, Stacey L Hart, Laura Julian, Darcy Cox, and Daniel Pelletier
BMJ, doi:10.1136/bmj.38041.724421.55 (published 19 March 2004) [Abstract] [PDF]
NICE recommends faster, easier access to care for MS patients
Anjali Jain
BMJ 2003;327:1247 , doi:10.1136/bmj.327.7426.1247 [Full text] [PDF]
Trial shows no clear benefit from cannabis for patients with MS
Owen Dyer
BMJ 2003;327:1128 , doi:10.1136/bmj.327.7424.1128 [Full text] [PDF]
Self reported stressful life events and exacerbations in multiple sclerosis: prospective study
BMJ 2003;327:646 , doi:10.1136/bmj.327.7416.646

131. Multiple Sclerosis Overview
multiple sclerosis. Overview. Onset, 20 to 35 year old in female. Paty DW, NoseworthyJH, Ebers GC. Diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. In Paty DW, Ebers GC, eds.
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Multiple Sclerosis Overview Onset 20 to 35 year old in female 35 to 45 year old in male rare before 14 or after 60 year old 70 to 75% of patients are female Prevalence: female:male 2:1, more common in white Genetic: first degree relative 10-20X increased risk Schumacher Committee Criteria for MS Diagnosis 1. Age at onset 10–50 years of age 2. Neurological examination shows objective signs 3. Neurological signs and symptoms implicate CNS white matter 4. Dissemination in time established by either 6 months progression 5. Dissemination in space (two or more separate lesions) 6. No better clinical explanation McDonald committee for Diagnosis of MS
DIS=disseminated in space, DIT=disseminated in time 1. Definite MS on clinical grounds: DIS: 2 or more lesions DIT: 2 or more attacks 2. Localized disease DIS: 1 lesion, need MRI to prove DIS, or MRI finding and positive CSF finding; or further clinical attack at a different location. 3. Multifocal single attack, need

132. National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Treatments
Information for patients about this vasodilator, which is used to treat erectile dysfunction in multiple sclerosis patients.\Meds-Papaverine.asp

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Brand Name Chemical Name None Papaverine
(pa- pav- er-een) Primary Usage in MS Generic Available Erectile dysfunction Yes This medication is taken by injection. Description
Papaverine belongs to a group of medicines called vasodilators, which cause blood vessels to expand, thereby increasing blood flow. Papaverine is used in MS to treat erectile dysfunction. When papaverine is injected into the penis, it produces an erection by increasing blood flow to the penis. Proper Usage
Papaverine should never be used as a sexual aid by men who are not impotent. If improperly used, this medication can cause permanent damage to the penis. Papaverine is available by prescription and should be used only as directed by your physician, who will instruct you in the proper way to give yourself an injection so that it is simple and essentially pain-free. Precautions
Do not use more of this medication or use it more often than it has been prescribed for you. Using too much of this medicine will result in a condition called priapism, in which the erection lasts too long and does not resolve when it should. Permanent damage to the penis can occur if blood flow to the penis is cut off for too long a period of time. Examine your penis regularly for possible lumps near the injection sites or for curvature of the penis. These may be signs that unwanted tissue is growing (called fibrosis), which should be examined by your physician.

133. - - - - HEALTHOLOGY - - - -
Information on multiple sclerosis. Learn about multiple sclerosis symptoms aswell as the latest MS treatment options. Information on multiple sclerosis.

134. PainOnline Home Page
Site dealing with Central Pain Syndrome caused by stroke, multiple sclerosis and other neurological conditions; includes research, support and links.
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Information about living and coping with Central Pain for patients, physicians, and other concerned people. Central Pain results from injury to the central nervous system, such as a spinal cord injury. Traditional means of reducing pain, such as narcotics, do not affect the symptoms of Central Pain. PainOnline provides information for both patients and physicians regarding the diagnosis of and the challenges of living with Central Pain. Central Pain is known by a variety of other names. For more information read Who Gets Central Pain? Would you like to help PainOnline? I could use a few different types of assistance. Click here for more information.

135. MS Crossroads
MS Crossroads multiple sclerosis Connections Since 1994, I have collected essentiallinks on web about multiple sclerosis (MS). multiple sclerosis Society of
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... my MS I have collected essential links on web about multiple sclerosis (MS). You can send suggestions or comments to me Aapo Halko Visitors since 2000-8-19: MS Crossroads discussion in Finnish: MS-keskustelu suomeksi. May 30, 2004 Campath-1H for ms , David's experience, links.
April 30, 2004 Abstracts from the 2004 AAN meeting
September 26, 2003 Dose and Frequency of Administration of Interferon-Beta Affect its Efficacy in Multiple Sclerosis. Clin Drug Invest 23(9) 2003. Registration required, free.
September 8, 2003 New and emerging treatment options for multiple sclerosis
August 12, 2003 Cyclophosphamide is effective in stabilizing rapidly deteriorating secondary progressive multiple sclerosis.
August 12, 2003 Past exposure to sun, skin phenotype, and risk of multiple sclerosis: case-control study July 23, 2003 Drug targeting by long-circulating liposomal glucocorticosteroids increases therapeutic efficacy in a model of multiple sclerosis June 26, 2003 natalizumab PubMed.

136. About Multiple Sclerosis: Library Of Research, Symptoms And Treatment
Complete library on research, treatment, clinical trials, symptoms, and medications.
Multiple Sclerosis-Library
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137. Ingenta: All Issues -- Multiple Sclerosis
multiple sclerosis, ISSN 13524585 in our archives Volume 4 (1998) through Volume10 (2004) Publisher Arnold see publisher s website see journal home page,

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in our archives: Volume 4 (1998) through Volume 10 (2004) Publisher: Arnold see publisher's website see journal home page LATEST NEXT PREVIOUS EARLIEST Volume 10, Issue 3, 1 April 2004 Volume 10, Issue 2, 1 April 2004 Volume 10, Issue 1, 1 February 2004 Volume 10, Supplement 1, 15 June 2004 Volume 9, Issue 6, 1 December 2003 Volume 9, Issue 5, 1 October 2003 Volume 9, Issue 4, 1 August 2003 Volume 9, Issue 3, 1 June 2003 Volume 9, Issue 2, 1 March 2003 Volume 9, Issue 1, 1 February 2003 Volume 9, Supplement 1, 1 September 2003 LATEST NEXT PREVIOUS EARLIEST Publisher: Arnold terms and conditions

138. The Merlin Project: The Cornwall Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Center
Registered charity working to build a multiple sclerosis Therapy Centre for Cornwall, which has more MS people than any other county in mainland Britain.
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The Merlin Project On the 15th August 2001, at 5pm this parachute jump raised £4,600 in sponsorship money for The Merlin Project, a new Cornish charity
We are working to build a Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre for Cornwall, which has the second highest incidence of MS in the United Kingdom - we need at least £1million to do it!
Sue, who made the jump, has Multiple Sclerosis herself and is a founder member of the Merlin Project: click the image to the left to read her story
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The 2004 National MS Society event season is underway! Find out howyou can get involved and help us fight multiple sclerosis! Visit
The mission of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society is to end the devastating effects of multiple sclerosis.
Download and read the most recent issue of our quarterly newsletter that MSConnection ! Archived issues are also available. The 2004 National MS Society event season is underway! Find out how you can get involved and help us fight multiple sclerosis! Visit our events page or go directly to our MS Walk MS 150 Bike Tour , or MS Longest Day of Golf pages. Power Partners needed for the MS 150 Bike Tour! VOLUNTEERS
NEEDED! Volunteers are needed for the MS Walk and MS 150 Bike Tour! Register today to volunteer for the MS Walk or MS 150 Bike Tour Read a summary of the new Medicare Reform Law! Find out more about the Medicare Discount Card. Read about the temporary Medicare Rx Demonstration Project for MS injectables. Read how to respond to the BCBSM change impacting some Betaseron users. Welcome MS Research Services ... Donations

140. Neurocrine Biosciences
Discovers and develops therapeutics for treatment of diseases and disorders of the central nervous and immune systems, including anxiety, depression, alzheimer's disease, obesity, stroke and multiple sclerosis. (Nasdaq NBIX).

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