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Yesterday, Paul Flynn, MP for Newport West presented a 10 minute Rule Motion on the legalisation of cannabis for medicinal purposes in Parliament.

Patients who gathered outside in support...

Scientists conducted a prospective nested case-control study among women in the Finnish Maternity Cohort (FMC) to determine whether and to what extent vitamin D deficiency is associated with...

A group of individuals all living with multiple sclerosis (MS) have won a prestigious sailing award at the opening evening of the Southampton Boat Show. The Sailing Today Awards have acknowledged...

One of the most popular diets and lifestyle programmes for people with MS is coming to Brighton on 22 October 2017. Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis will be hosting a one-day conference event at AMEX...

A study has revealed how remotely supervised transcranial direct current stimulation (RS-tDCS) can help with the treatment of fatigue in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients.

Fatigue is a...

UK patients are set to take part in a $10 million international clinical trial to discover whether giving MS patients the strongest available medicines from the beginning of their illness is more...

A team of researchers have identified Opioid Growth Factor (OGF) as a novel biomarker for the onset and progression of multiple sclerosis (MS).

The study was published in Experimental...

Researchers who have studied whether concussion in childhood or adolescence is associated with subsequent multiple sclerosis (MS) have found that a head trauma can raise the risk of developing the...

Researchers at the University of Florida Health have found a way to inhibit or reverse multiple sclerosis (MS) using a novel gene therapy technique that stops the condition’s immune response in...

Scientists at Yale University have uncovered two closely related cytokines – molecules involved in cell communication and movement – that may explain why some people develop progressive multiple...

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