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Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a progressive neurological disease which causes significant impact on the lives of sufferers. We have a range of articles and information on this health condition including:

  • Natural treatments for MS and MS flare ups
  • Research into further alternative treatments for MS
  • Links between Diabetes drug Metformin and halting progression of MS

Did you know…

  1. MS is estimated to affect 2.3 million people worldwide
  2. Recently published research by the Wellcome-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute suggests that the drug Metformin could hold the key to stopping the progression in MS
  3. There are four different types of MS – Relapsing and Remitting (RRMS), Secondary Progressive (SPMS), Primary Progressive (PPMS) and Progressive Relapsing (PRMS). RRMS make up around 85% of new cases.
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Metformin – could it be the answer for MS sufferers?

14 October 2021

Recent news headlines have bought hope to Multiple Sclerosis sufferers all over the world.  ‘Diabetes drug could halt the progression…

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Skin cells may help to repair nerve damage in Multiple Sclerosis

27 February 2018

New research into how skin cells could be used to repair nerve damage is the latest breakthrough in personalized treatment…

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