On June 22, 2011, join a panel of experts for the live webcast, “Working Toward Your Best Life: Advances in Quality of Life Research." Discover how complementary therapies can enhance traditional pharmacological approaches to manage MS symptoms. Topics will include: improving quality of life, enhancing wellness through complementary therapies, managing fatigue, taming stress and combating emotional and cognitive challenges.
A new study shows that African-Americans with MS have significantly lower levels of vitamin D than those who do not have MS, although these levels were not linked to disease severity. The study, which was funded through awards given by the National MS Society in collaboration with the American Academy of Neurologists, was published in a recent issue of Neurology. (Photo: Alexis Barbee, diagnosed 2009)
June 2: Researchers pinpoint novel gene/environment interaction in cells from people with MS
May 31: People with MS caught in Medicare “donut hole” find relief under Affordable Care Act
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