Articles related to MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS (MS)
AI Model is Able to Predict MS Risk Years Before Disease Onset
This innovative AI model, presented at the 2023 AACC Annual Scientific Meeting, demonstrates the potential to identify MS risk years in advance, offering a new horizon in early detection and patient care. Explore the full findings to understand how this could impact your practice.
All Specialties August 23rd 2023
Diet Shows No Association with Relapses, Disability Progression
This study underscores the association between a quality diet and reduced specific brain lesions in MS patients, without finding a connection to relapses or disability progression.
Neurology August 22nd 2023
Cow Milk Proteins Likely Trigger of Broader Immune Response with MS
This comprehensive study reveals a significant immune response to cow milk proteins in MS patients, likely due to similarities with CNS proteins. The findings call for personalized dietary considerations and further research into the potential impact of various milk types on MS.
Neurology August 15th 2023
Potentially Safer MRI Gadolinium-based Contrast Agent to Enter Testing
Gadoquatrane, a promising GBCA, enters Phase 3 clinical testing, potentially offering safer MRI procedures and advancing diagnostic capabilities for patients with CNS disorders, including MS.
Neurology July 11th 2023
MRI Method Detects Myelin Repair with Over-the-counter Antihistamine
Pioneering studies with clemastine, an over-the-counter antihistamine, are exhibiting groundbreaking findings in the repair of myelin, a protective coating on nerve fibers damaged in multiple sclerosis, based on ReBUILD clinical trial’s MRI data.
Neurology June 21st 2023