Kenneth Gross, M.D., Patient Expert

Kenneth Gross, M.D. wrote about multiple sclerosis for HealthCentral. He is the head of Fusion Clinical Multimedia, Inc., a medical education company in Miami, Florida, dedicated to areas that involve interspecialty issues.

Rarity, Intrigue and Enigmas in MS

One often gets the impression from the world of Consensus Science that all human disease is beautifully understood, that new information is harmoniously added to enhance understanding and that certain knowledge is here and there tweaked to simply cla...
Kenneth Gross, M.D.

Movement Disorders and MS

Stumbling down the block, I landed on my hip and began jerking my arm; the event stressed me out. I grabbed for my wallet but found my tremoring hand unable to seize it from the grasp of a robber who had witnessed my tangled mass of taut muscles in a ...
Kenneth Gross, M.D.

The Spinal Cord and MS

When people think about Multiple Sclerosis, there is often fixation on the brain. After all, the brain, characteristically struck by MS, is the organ that affords us the ability to think and to have self-awareness. Yet it is not uncommon to discover ...
Kenneth Gross, M.D.

Natalizumab (Tysabri) Can Rarely Cause Liver Problems

It is extremely important to place the following information in context as it does not in any way represent medical advice for any patient. It should also be mentioned that all standard Multiple Sclerosis (MS) immunomodulator drugs can in rare cases ...
Kenneth Gross, M.D.

Take Me Out of the Steroid Game: Implications for MS and Healthcare

Today I’m a bit sick with a health care problem. It involves baseball players using anabolic steroids in the name of their “professional health care”. I’m also sick over Roger Clemons’ mother advising him to take Vitamin B12 for “health reasons” and ...
Kenneth Gross, M.D.

Multiple Sclerosis and Doxycycline

Multiple Sclerosis is a disease with no known cause. However, a runaway train can sometimes be safely returned to its station, never to venture out again. Finding an engineer who can steer the train back to the rest position, is better than a team of ...
Kenneth Gross, M.D.