Multiple sclerosis is seldom fatal and life expectancy is shortened by only a few years. Most patients and physicians harbor an unfounded view of MS as a relentlessly progressive, inevitably disabling disease.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) can be difficult to predict, making it hard for those with MS to manage the disease. However, there are some changes that people with MS can make to help control the disease and positively impact their overall health.
A multiple sclerosis diagnosis would come as a shock and a scare to anyone. But the revelation that Claudia Longo had a chronic neurological disease was no reason for her to give up her athletic dreams.
Autologous haematopoietic stem cell transplantation (aHSCT) has been used to stop autoimmune processes in multiple sclerosis (MS), Now, an improved version of the technique is showing astonishingly good results,
For the study, Mondal's team fed aspirin to mice specially bred to mimic the human form of MS. The investigators found that even low doses of aspirin -- equal to the 81 milligram "baby aspirin" many take to ward off heart trouble -- seemed to curb symptoms of MS in the mice.