Blurred vision, muscle cramps, head-to-toe trouble – multiple sclerosis that short-circuits nerves – PanSci 搜索科学

Science’s top ten scientific breakthroughs in 2022 (Part 2): EBV virus and a feverish earth Continuing from the previous article:2022 “Science” Top Ten Scientific Breakthroughs of the Year (Part 1): Continuously Evolving AI and Webb Space Telescope After seeing the top five of the top 10 scientific breakthroughs for 2022, can’t you wait to see … Read more

Early symptoms of multiple sclerosis

Home page Deutschland Created: 01/29/2023 09:43 am Von: Caroline Gehrmann Split The inflammatory nervous disease MS shows itself at the beginning with the first neurological deficits. Since these are not always easy to recognize, a diagnosis is often difficult. The disease mainly affects younger women. What signs point to it. Bremen – The “disease with … Read more

New reception means that more patients with systemic sclerosis can be examined

In the spring of 2022, Skåne University Hospital was awarded a national highly specialized care assignment for stem cell transplantation in systemic sclerosis. Now a new rheumatology day care clinic is opening where patients can be examined and screened, without having to be admitted. The hope is that this will lead to better medical quality … Read more

Link discovered between multiple sclerosis lesions and depression

Discovery of connection between multiple sclerosis lesions and depression. Research shows there is a connection between two major health conditions: multiple sclerosis (MS), which is a disease that erodes the central nervous system and affects millions of people worldwide, and depression, a mood disorder with debilitating symptoms. , and which affects hundreds of millions of … Read more

Multiple sclerosis, new treatment with stem cells in the brain

The innovation of this study is represented by the use of a new advanced cell therapy based on neural stem cells never used before in patients with multiple sclerosis. These cells, unlike hematopoietic stem cells (used in relapsing remitting forms of disease but ineffective in progressive forms) and mesenchymal stem cells (which have not shown … Read more

The first symptoms of multiple sclerosis – young women in particular are affected

Home page Deutschland Created: 01/02/2023 10:19 p.m Von: Caroline Gehrman Split The inflammatory nervous disease MS shows itself at the beginning with the first neurological deficits. Since these are not always easy to recognize, a diagnosis is often difficult. The disease mainly affects younger women. What signs point to it. Bremen – The “disease with … Read more

Did you know that a kiss can lead to multiple sclerosis?

The risk of developing the disease through kissing gained prominence with the revelation made by singer Anitta, infected by the Epstein-Barr virus, and who managed to curb more serious consequences through an early diagnosis that optimized the fight against the pathogenic agent Earlier this month of December, fans of singer Anitta were shocked to discover … Read more

Epstein-Barr and multiple sclerosis may be linked

Although the relationship between the Epstein-Barr virus and multiple sclerosis is not new (it has been studied since the 1970s), Harvard researchers presented the most robust results published to date. Epstein-Barr The virus Epstein-Barr It is a type of herpes virus that spreads mainly through saliva. When “catching” the virus, the person may have a … Read more

Epstein-Barr and multiple sclerosis may be linked

Although the relationship between the Epstein-Barr virus and multiple sclerosis is not new (it has been studied since the 1970s), Harvard researchers presented the most robust results published to date. – Advertisement – Epstein-Barr The virus Epstein-Barr It is a type of herpes virus that spreads mainly through saliva. When “catching” the virus, the person … Read more

Died with assisted suicide in Switzerland suffering from sclerosis – Tuscany

After the public appeal launched in recent days to be able to put an end to his suffering in Italy, Massimiliano, a 44-year-old Tuscan who has been ill with multiple sclerosis for six years, died today in a Swiss clinic via assisted suicide. The news was given by the Luca Coscioni association to which the … Read more