Thursday, March 30, 2006

MS Research News

Here is a summary of MS International Federation research updates:


A study identifies a relationship between fatigue and disability, depression, and quality of life.

One study concerns maternal transmission and suggests a respiratory deficit may be involved in pathogenesis. In the title describing the study a reference was made to “Persian patients,” but I did not find that reference in the text.

A study suggests vascular growth may be involved in relapses and spinal cord lesions in MS.

This study suggests that functional mutations do not play a major part in MS susceptibility.

This study explores the optimal FLAIR-imaging and evaluates the diagnostic efficacy in MS.


Here is a review of statins in inflammation.

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