Latest by 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 ...

Cognitive Problems in Multiple Sclerosis Part II

Thinking about one’s own thinking is worthwhile. Before he recently died, the great scientist and DNA co-discoverer, Sir Francis Crick, was fascinated by the whole issue of consciousness and whether it had a seat in the brain. I just wonder if the sm...

Meet Dr. Kenneth Gross

Dr. Kenneth Gross is the head of the medical education company, Fusion Clinical Multimedia, Inc., in Miami, Florida. Dr. Kenneth Gross currently heads Fusion Clinical Multimedia, Inc., a medical education company in Miami, Florida, dedicated to areas ...

COGNITIVE PROBLEMS IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS: Part I

Over the last several years, a revolution continues in Neuropsychology and Biological Psychiatry: Problems of the mind are increasingly explained by disorders of the brain. Multiple Sclerosis is a very strong example of how a brain disturbance can un...