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June-July 2007

Volume 25, Issue 3

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The magazine of the National
MS Society
 

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SPECIAL RESEARCH ISSUE

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Happening Now: Bulletins from clinical trials of new MS therapies
More than 130 clinical trials are currently in progress; other experimental drugs are in earlier stages of development ... by Gary Sullivan

A quick and easy clinical trial glossary
Studies in progressive MS

 

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An Integrated Approach to MS Research and Care
Dr. Howard L. Weiner, 2007 recipient of the John Dystel Prize for Multiple Sclerosis Research, exemplifies this
holistic approach ... by Marcella Durand

 

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The Road Ahead: Nine Destinations
Where do we need to go to stop MS? The Society has a list of essential destinations from the Institute of Medicine ... by Martha King

What the Society Has Contributed to Progress

 

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Research for a More Livable Life Now:
Rehabilitation research looks to high-touch
Rehabilitation research looks to high-tech
Rehabilitation focuses on making the most of the present. Research is vital for developing effective and efficient methods ... by winston davis

 

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When Children Get MS
An estimated 8,00010,000 Americans under 18 have MS. The Society has launched initiatives to provide care—and to spark research ... Deborah Hertz, MPH

--Genetic Research at Home: Will your baby develop MS?

 

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Considering Cannabis
Details on current research in the U.S. and around the globe ... by Marcella Durand with Nancy Holland, EdD, MSRN

 

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A $30 Million Promise
We promise to tackle four under-researched areas—with your help ... by the Development staff

 

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Flammarion woodcutCOVER: We asked illustrator J.W. Stewart for a cover that played off the famous Flammarion woodcut on the theme of discovery (left). The original is an anonymous wood engraving, the earliest documented appearance of which was in the astronomer Camille Flammarion’s L’atmosph?re: m?t?orologie populaire (“The Atmosphere: Popular Meteorology”) in 1888.
     
 
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