Multiple Sclerosis - Immune system could be 're-trained' to stop attack of healthy cells, study finds
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 Experts evaluate options for treating cognitive deficits in multiple sclerosisExperts evaluate options for treating cognitive deficits in multiple sclerosis
 
Experts in cognitive research evaluated the status of available treatments as well as promising strategies for treating cognitive deficits in multiple sclerosis.
 
   Immune system could be 're-trained' to stop attack of healthy cells, study findsImmune system could be 're-trained' to stop attack of healthy cells, study finds
 
The body's immune system can be re-wired to prevent it from recognizing its own proteins which, when attacked by the body, can cause autoimmune diseases like multiple sclerosis, a significant new study by UK scientists has found.
 
   Experts clarify MS subtypes to improve care and access to treatmentsExperts clarify MS subtypes to improve care and access to treatments
 
An international committee of multiple sclerosis (MS) experts has clarified their previously published descriptors of the different courses of MS and disease activity.
 
 Study reveals neural mechanisms underlying state mental fatigue in multiple sclerosis
 
Study reveals neural mechanisms underlying state mental fatigue in multiple sclerosisResearchers at Kessler Foundation conducted a pilot study comparing the effects of mental fatigue on brain activation patterns in people with and without multiple sclerosis (MS).
 
 
 Majority of people with MS use complementary and alternative medicine, survey finds
 
Majority of people with MS use complementary and alternative medicine, survey findsA new survey of more than 1,000 people with multiple sclerosis finds that an overwhelming majority use complementary and alternative medicine, with many using cannabis.
 
 
 White blood cells and their role in the brain
 
White blood cells and their role in the brainResearchers have found that the brain has specific immune cells that help in normal brain development and play a role in certain neurological diseases.
 
 
 New digital tool to support mental health of MS patients developed with UK HCPs
 
New digital tool to support mental health of MS patients developed with UK HCPsBiogen Inc. today announced the launch of a free, new, digital self-help tool to help people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) navigate the emotional challenges of life with the disease. The tool, named ACT MySelf, was developed by Biogen in collaboration with people living with MS, the MS Trust, a team of MS specialist nurses and an MS clinical psychologist.