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         Multiple Sclerosis:     more books (100)
  1. Healing Multiple Sclerosis: Diet, Detox & Nutritional Makeover for Total Recovery by Ann Boroch, 2007-03
  2. Managing Multiple Sclerosis Naturally: A Self-help Guide to Living with MS by Judy Graham, 2010-06-24
  3. The Everything Health Guide to Multiple Sclerosis: An authoritative guide to help you understand symptoms, decide on treatment, and enhance your well-being (Everything Series) by Margot Russell, Allen C Bowling, 2009-01-17
  4. The First Year: Multiple Sclerosis: An Essential Guide for the Newly Diagnosed by Margaret Blackstone, 2007-02-01
  5. Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis: An Evidence-Based Guide to Recovery by Professor George Jelinek, 2010-07-20
  6. The Multiple Sclerosis Diet Book by Roy Laver Swank, Barbara Brewer Dugan, 1987-04-24
  7. Multiple Sclerosis: The Questions You Have, the Answers You Need by Ph.D. Rosalind C. Kalb, 2007-10-28
  8. Multiple Sclerosis Q & A: Reassuring Answers to Frequently Asked Questions by Beth Ann Hill, 2003-11-10
  9. The Multiple Sclerosis Manifesto: Action To Take, Principles to Live By by Julie Stachowiak, 2010-01-26
  10. Multiple Sclerosis: New Hope and Practical Advice for People with MS and Their Families by Louis Rosner, Shelley Ross, 2008-03-11
  11. Curing MS: How Science Is Solving the Mysteries of Multiple Sclerosis by Howard L. Weiner M.D., 2005-10-25
  12. Multiple Sclerosis: A Guide for Families by PhD, Rosalind C. Kalb, 2005-05-10
  13. Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis by M.D. Allen C. Bowling Ph.D, 2006-11-13
  14. Fall Down, Laughing: How Squiggy Caught Multiple Sclerosis and Didn't Tell Nobody by David L. Lander, Lee Montgomery, 2000-07-31

161. Cannabis In Multiple Sclerosis Trial
Cannabinoids in multiple sclerosis Trial. This is the largest trialof cannabis treatment in multiple sclerosis. It is funded by
Cannabinoids in Multiple Sclerosis Trial
Progress - Click Here Home Latest News General Information Patient Information Doctor Information ...
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disease of the nervous system which affects as many as one person out of 800 in the population, especially young adults. When MS has been active for some years it can cause muscle stiffness and spasms, pain, fatigue, difficulty passing urine and tremor. There is as yet no cure for the disease, but there are an increasing number of treatments to help relieve some of these distressing symptoms. Cannabis has been used medicinally for over 2000 years and was available for medical use in the UK until 1971 when it was reclassified as a "schedule one drug", meaning that it is regarded as having no medical value. Medical uses in the past used to include relief of pain, cramps, nausea, and fits. Recently many sufferers from multiple sclerosis have reported that using cannabis (illegally) has helped their symptoms, especially those of muscle spasms. In 1998 the House of Lords looked at the issue of medicinal use of cannabis and recommended further studies. The Cannabis in Multiple Sclerosis trial is being coordinated from Plymouth, UK and will look specifically at the question of whether cannabis, as either whole plant extract or one of its active components, can help the muscle stiffness and spasms that affect multiple sclerosis sufferers. Many hospitals around the country are taking part and 660 patients will be recruited over the next two years.

162. MerckSource - Multiple Sclerosis
Provides information and diagrams about multiple sclerosis.

163. NetView: Multiple Sclerosis
An article reviewing multiple sclerosis pages andsites on the Web, by Marjorie Lazoff, MD.
Multiple Sclerosis
by Marjorie Lazoff, MD
Emergency Medicine
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Medical Editor
Medical Computing Today
accepted for publication in Medical Computing Today November 1997
Originally published in edited form November 1997 in Medical Software Reviews
Organizations Research Journals ... Lists of Lists

In contrast to acute bacterial meningitis, which has inspired relatively few quality Web sites, multiple sclerosis (MS) is far more authoritatively represented on line. The most impressive difference between meningitis and MS Web activities lies in the variety and competence of online patient resources, partly derived from its numerous international, national and grass roots organization sites. Also unlike meningitis, there are MS sites sponsored by pharmaceutical companies to promote their proprietary products. These sites will be of limited value to patients, unless companies change their marketing ploy and either educate about all competing treatment options without bias, or avoid mentioning MS treatment altogether. Overall, due at least in part to the nature of the patients afflicted and its position at the crossroads of immunology, virology, and neuropsychology research, MS has a solid presence on the Web. M Education An excellent didactic Web resource on MS is a series of article lectures at University of Utah's Multiple Sclerosis Tutorial , although the patient videos take forever to download and the references, while wonderfully organized with links to most abstracts, end in 1994. Other online texts are more superficial and dated, such as the 1992 edition of Merck Manual's chapter on

164. Professional Functional Electrical Stimulation South Africa
Its use in the rehabilitation of the walking pattern in stroke, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injured, head injured and cerebral palsy patients.
Professional Functional Electrical Stimulation South Africa
Welcome to this site, bringing FES to South Africa
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165. BBC NEWS | Health | Medical Notes | Multiple Sclerosis
multiple sclerosis is an incurable degenerative disease that attacks the centralnervous system. multiple sclerosis. Physiotherapy can help with MS.


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Last Updated: Monday, 30 November, 1998, 11:01 GMT E-mail this to a friend Printable version Multiple sclerosis
Physiotherapy can help with MS Multiple sclerosis is a degenerative disease of the central nervous system. According to the World Health Organisation, multiple sclerosis affects about 2.5m individuals worldwide, of which about 1% die each year. What is multiple sclerosis?
Mutiple sclerosis attacks the nervous system. Initially it causes loss of balance, reduced vision and bouts of localised paralysis. Eventually, patients may become totally paralysed and wheelchair-bound. There are several kinds of mutiple sclerosis. Relapsing-remitting MS patients initially experience one or more bouts of illness, followed by complete or partial recovery. Patients are clinically stable between relapses. Progressive MS patients become gradually more disabled. Secondary-progressive MS patients start out with the relapsing-remitting form of the disease, but then experience gradual progression of disability. What causes multiple sclerosis?

166. James S. Huggins' Multiple Sclerosis Pages
Information, links, and personal stories.
Multiple Sclerosis This is the Multiple Sclerosis "section" of my website. And this page is the primary page of that section. Originally, all the information appeared on this one page. Because of size, I have split it into multiple pages. Complete navigation appears at the bottom of each page in this section. Before you go on to explore these pages, four quick minor points:
  • If you jumped into my site, directly to this page, please see the special note at the bottom about the rest of my site.
    If you would like to link directly to my Multiple Sclerosis pages, please see the other special note at the bottom about my special requests and suggestions for linking.
    I'd like to hear from you. I used to not have a " Guestbook ", but I added this one recently. If you'd rather, you can also just email me . But whether you sign my Guestbook or just email me please let me know what you think. Give me your suggestions. Tell me what works and doesn't.
    And, finally, if the site was useful to you, tell others who might benefit from it.
  • Multiple Sclerosis Pages On My Site Multiple Sclerosis and Me Information about how Multiple Sclerosis has affected me and why I decided to create these pages.

    167. Sylvia Lawry Centre For Multiple Sclerosis Research
    In February 2001, the Sylvia Lawry Centre for multiple sclerosis Researchwas established in Munich/Germany. This new research centre

    168. RED LABO
    Ontwikkelt diagnostische testen en therapeutica voor chronische immuunziekten zoals het Chronisch Vermoeidheids Syndroom (CVS), multiple sclerosis (MS) en kanker.

    169. Multiple Sclerosis
    Welcome To A multiple sclerosis Page. ATTENTION! A Special Link Help RaiseMoney To Fight multiple sclerosis! Team Ductape™ Bicycle Club.
    Welcome To A Multiple Sclerosis Page ATTENTION! In case you hadn't noticed, I have not had the chance to work on my pages in quite a while. Many of you have sent me URL's ( Webpage Addresses ) to add to my page. I am VERY sorry I haven't added them yet. PLEASE email me the URL's again and I will add them as SOON as I recieve the message. If it will be longer than 24 hours I will email you and let you know. I will be able to work on my pages a little more now. So everyone please resend those URL's Thank you, Rachael I was diagnosed with MS in 1994, This page is dedicated to providing helpful links for others diagnosed, and their friends and family members. Some pages are listed in more than one place, 'cause I couldn't decide where they should go... so visit them more than once! A Special Link: Help Raise Money To Fight Multiple Sclerosis! Don't Let the Names Throw You! Three Cheers For These People For Helping : ) Links Providing Information: Support Links: Also For Support, Here Is A Good Newsgroup, (Not A Link)

    170. National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Northwestern Ohio
    Mission to end the devastating effects of multiple sclerosis.
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    Maumee , OH 43537
    phone: 419-897-9533
    fax: 419-897-9733

    What's New
    National Headlines National Press Room ...
    Mission Statement The mission of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society is "to end the devastating effects of multiple sclerosis". Welcome!
    • multiple sclerosis local programs and services available fundraising events and activities current research and treatment options how to get involved with the National MS Society
    We look forward to serving you and your family!
    Spread the Word!
    Thanks to significant advances in research, the FDA has approved several treatments that may alter the underlying disease course of multiple sclerosis and early treatment is critically important. People with MS should consult their doctors about using one of these FDA-approved medications and other effective treatments for the symptoms of MS. If you or someone you know has MS, contact the National MS Society - Northwestern Ohio Chapter for more information at 1-800-FIGHT MS.
    Car Donation Program
    Our chapter can now accept used car donations through cars4charities. This not-for-profit company sells the donated vehicles and sends the net proceeds to the Northwestern Ohio Chapter of the National MS Society. For more information, please call 1-866-448-3487 or click the link below.

    171. Multiple Sclerosis South Africa
    Information on MS, its effects and tips to help you cope.

    172. Multiple Sclerosis Foundation
    Senior Medical Advisor for the multiple sclerosis Foundation, David Squillacote, M.D. writes about this foundations stance on aspartame.

    173. MS Means...Multiple Sclerosis - Support For People Living With Multiple Sclerosi
    Information and support with a special emphasis on sexuality.
    Welcome! MS Means... your Canadian source for practical MS information MS Means... has been designed to highlight issues pertaining to Canadian women and men with Multiple Sclerosis - but it is not only for Canadians with MS! Anyone dealing with MS in their lives in Canada and around the world, or simply interested in learning more about MS, is welcome to peru se these pages These pages are all about down-to-earth information and self-discovery in learning to cope with MS, by looking at it straight in the eyes, with a sense of humour and a personal perspective! Make yourself comfortable while we discuss Multiple Sclerosis. Whether it affects you directly, or someone you care about, I hope you will find some support here. This website is updated as regularly as possible. I want to get the information out to you all ASAP, and the amount of information, requests for new sections and changes is staggering, so I must do it in little bits (MS and energy conservation, ya know)! Please stay tuned and keep sending in your stories...
    WHAT'S NEW Carolyne is named the Berlex Champion of Spirit 2004 for Nova Scotia Keep an eye on the site for the June 7th release!

    174. Matthew's Site For Tuberous Sclerosis Awareness
    Personal journal of a mother focused on her son's rare genetic disorder, which causes tumors in multiple parts of the body and causes neurological symptoms. Includes patient stories.
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    This Mommies on the Web's Webring
    site owned by Matthew's Mom
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    Want to join the Mommies on the Web's Webring

    175. Welcome To CMSC
    CMSC Annual Meeting Our 2004 Annual Meeting will take place in Toronto,Canada on June 26. Registration is now on-going! For additional

    CMSC Annual Meeting

    Our 2004 Annual Meeting will take place in Toronto, Canada on June 2-6. Registration is now on-going! For additional information and accommodations click here.
    CME Presentations

    Take Continuing Medical Education courses from the comforts of your home or office through CME Online Presentations. Registration is easy! To learn more click here.
    Book Reviews

    Check out the latest reviews on MS books, videos, CDs and more! Just click here.
    CMSC Online
    Journal of MS Care MS Exchange ... Site Map

    176. MS-Network.Com
    News,interviews with patients, carepartners, and treatment information.

    177. MS - Gateway
    Take the International patient survey, Please selectyour country, or the International site,
    Take the International patient survey Please select your country document.write(pullDown); or the International site

    178. Welcome To IOMSN
    Select your language. ENGLISH. FRENCH. ITALIAN. SPANISH. *** French, Italianand Spanish translation pages are currently under development.***.
    Select your language ENGLISH FRENCH ITALIAN SPANISH *** French, Italian and Spanish translation pages are currently under development.***

    179. Athens Users Login
    Athens Users Login. EBSCOhost Support. User ID, Password, Minimum browserrequirements Internet Explorer 5.0 and Netscape 4.7. Important

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