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MS in the News

MS in the News

There is so much happening with MS in the news, that we're adding a page just for that. A place to keep up with the newest research discoveries. A place to find out about the latest treatments for multiple sclerosis.

Check here for all the news you can use. And if you find news you'd like to share that hasn't been share here, then feel free to add it in the form below (contact us if you'd like to add something and we'll add the content form again). If you'd like to tell our visitors about what you've found, I'm sure they'd love to hear it.

MS in the news Resource List

Just to get us started here's a list with the latest news about multiple sclerosis. You'll always find up to the minute articles about what's happening with MS in the news. (Links open in a new window).

Don't you love reading about the latest news first? Before anyone else? Well I do, anyway. I'm not much of a conversationalist, so it helps to have something new and exciting to start up a conversation and break the ice. 

If you like learning about new therapies, famous people living with MS, human interest stories about others like yourself with multiple sclerosis, then you'll love coming back to this page over and over. Be sure to bookmark it so you can check back every few days to see what's new.

And again, if you find a news article that you don't see listed here, please feel free to contact us as we said earlier. We'd love to hear about it. Your input is a very important and valuable component of this website.

I'm sure you will agree, that it would be humanly impossible for us to find all the news on MS as it happens, so that's why we appreciate your contributions. And, of course, you can also add your thoughts and comments about the articles that are submitted already.

Latest MS Headlines

MS news updates

Here are a few of the latest happenings about multiple sclerosis. It seems like every year we find out another celebrity or famous person has been living with MS. 

And then there are the new treatments. I still need to update our treatment page with the newest medications - they seem to be developing them so quickly it's hard to keep up. Here are a few of the latest headlines in the last year or so. Check out the videos below.

MS News on Instagram...?

Are you a social media fan? If so, you may like to follow the news on Instagram. Some of these aren't specifically just news, however, I've included them because they have a link to MS News on there IG page. Because they are pretty active, you may be able to find up to date info, so here are a few links you may like to follow there.

And once you're there, you may find a few more multiple sclerosis related influencers or MS hashtags to follow as well. 

I'm always trying to keep up with the latest news about the new ways to treat MS and how different doctors are approaching the care of their patients. I recently ran across an article in The New Yorker that I love. It talks about a woman, Erin Storch, who developed MS after the birth of her son. 

To make a long story short, she was able to find a doctor who treated the whole patient - everything about MS - in one place. From physical therapy, to nutrition, to infusions, and clinical trials, everything is in one building. 

I enjoyed reading the article and I think you might like it, too. It's a long read, so wait till you have a bit of time to sit down and read it. Grab your favorite beverage, a crumpet, and settle into your favorite reading spot, then follow this link. It's called A New Approach to M.S. Could Transform Treatment of Other Diseases.

If you aren't able to read well, you can also listen to the full article by clicking on the link at the beginning of the article. Hopefully Dr. Sadiq's way of treating MS can be a model to other MS treatment centers around the country. "Dr. Saud Sadiq is the director and chief research scientist of the Tisch Multiple Sclerosis Research Center of New York and the head of the adjacent clinical practice."

I got excited just reading the article; wishing that there was one like that in every city. If only we could clone him... 

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