multiple sclerosis

7 Must-Read Stories In March 2018

Public trust, a romantic lab and how vitamin C could help treat multiple sclerosis were among the hottest topics in March.

Vitamin C Might Help Treat Multiple Sclerosis

Scientists have discovered that vitamin C promotes the repair of the myelin sheath surrounding neurons, making it a potential treatment for multiple sclerosis.

Breaching The Blood Brain Barrier To Treat Autoimmune Diseases

Efficient delivery of a protein that regulates lymphocyte activation could be one way to treat central nervous system (CNS) diseases such as multiple sclerosis.

The Immature Cells That Regulate Autoimmunity

Scientists have identified the cells responsible for producing anti-inflammatory IL-10 in mouse autoimmune disease models.

The Role Of TH-GM Cells In Multiple Sclerosis

A study in mice shows that targeting the IL-7-STAT5 pathway could be a promising way to treat autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis.

MS Patients More Likely To Develop Cancer?

A study in Taiwan has found that patients with multiple sclerosis are more likely to develop cancer, contradicting previous studies.

A Simple Eye Test For Multiple Sclerosis

Researchers have developed a new instrument called the TrueField to accurately measure the pupil responses of patients with multiple sclerosis.

Teva, Takeda To Commercialize Multiple Sclerosis Drug

Teva and Takeda will jointly commercialize Teva’s glatiramer acetate formulation for the treatment of multiple sclerosis in Japan.

GSK Sacks Chinese R&D Chief Over ‘Misrepresented’ Data

GSK has fired its Chinese research chief over 'misrepresented data' in a 2010 Nature Medicine paper.

Clinical Trial To Test If Vitamin D Can Prevent Multiple Sclerosis

A new clinical trial set to take place in Australia and New Zealand will test whether vitamin D can prevent multiple sclerosis in those at risk of developing the disease.