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Lisa Emrich

Lisa Emrich, Health Guide

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Musician, Patient Advocate, Author of 'Brass and Ivory' blog, and Founder of the 'Carnival of MS Bloggers'

MS Awareness Month 2014 and Telling Your Story

Each March is MS Awareness Month in the US and March 3-9, 2014, is MS Awareness Week!!  It is a great time to tell your story to educate and spread awareness of the disease and to bring hope and inspiration (provide comfort and courage) to others whose lives have been touched by multiple sclerosis. Next week in Washington, DC, hundreds of MS... Read moreChevron
posted 03/05/2014, comments (0)|
Lisa Emrich

Lisa Emrich, Health Guide

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Musician, Patient Advocate, Author of 'Brass and Ivory' blog, and Founder of the 'Carnival of MS Bloggers'

Hot Topics and MS Research News for February 2014

Aubagio approved in the UK for MS: Previously approved by the FDA in September 2012, the oral MS drug teriflunomide (Aubagio) has now been accepted for use in the United Kingdom (UK) National Health Service by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) for the treatment of patients with relapsing-remitting MS. ... Read moreChevron
posted 02/27/2014, comments (0)|
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HANDLING VERTIGO

I usually wear light sunglasses. Even when indoors. It helps me
JHo

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Multimedia journalist with a bachelor's degree in English Literature and a master's in Broadcast Journalism and Public Affairs

Does MS Increase Cancer Risk?

A study published early in 2014 found that people with multiple sclerosis (MS) may have an increased risk of developing cancer, particularly breast cancer. But other studies, conducted less than two years ago, concluded that MS patients have lower risk of cancer. These conflicting findings may have people with MS wondering what their risk really... Read moreChevron
posted 02/25/2014, comments (0)|
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Editor at HealthCentral

Improving the Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis (INFOGRAPHIC)

Multiple sclerosis can affect many areas of the central nervous system, which is made up of the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves. Here is a breakdown of the potential symptoms as well as some ways to manage them.    (click to enlarge)
posted 02/24/2014, comments (0)|

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