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         Multiple Sclerosis:     more books (100)
  1. Healing Multiple Sclerosis: Diet, Detox & Nutritional Makeover for Total Recovery by Ann Boroch, 2007-03
  2. Managing Multiple Sclerosis Naturally: A Self-help Guide to Living with MS by Judy Graham, 2010-06-24
  3. The Everything Health Guide to Multiple Sclerosis: An authoritative guide to help you understand symptoms, decide on treatment, and enhance your well-being (Everything Series) by Margot Russell, Allen C Bowling, 2009-01-17
  4. The First Year: Multiple Sclerosis: An Essential Guide for the Newly Diagnosed by Margaret Blackstone, 2007-02-01
  5. Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis: An Evidence-Based Guide to Recovery by Professor George Jelinek, 2010-07-20
  6. The Multiple Sclerosis Diet Book by Roy Laver Swank, Barbara Brewer Dugan, 1987-04-24
  7. Multiple Sclerosis: The Questions You Have, the Answers You Need by Ph.D. Rosalind C. Kalb, 2007-10-28
  8. Multiple Sclerosis Q & A: Reassuring Answers to Frequently Asked Questions by Beth Ann Hill, 2003-11-10
  9. The Multiple Sclerosis Manifesto: Action To Take, Principles to Live By by Julie Stachowiak, 2010-01-26
  10. Multiple Sclerosis: New Hope and Practical Advice for People with MS and Their Families by Louis Rosner, Shelley Ross, 2008-03-11
  11. Curing MS: How Science Is Solving the Mysteries of Multiple Sclerosis by Howard L. Weiner M.D., 2005-10-25
  12. Multiple Sclerosis: A Guide for Families by PhD, Rosalind C. Kalb, 2005-05-10
  13. Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis by M.D. Allen C. Bowling Ph.D, 2006-11-13
  14. Fall Down, Laughing: How Squiggy Caught Multiple Sclerosis and Didn't Tell Nobody by David L. Lander, Lee Montgomery, 2000-07-31

1. Multiple Sclerosis : Home Page
For medical students and physicians in training.Useful for others as well.
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Please note: this Web site was last updated 09/05/2000.
For more up-to-date information on this topic go to MedlinePlus at:
CREDITS © John W. Rose, M.D.; Maria Houtchens, MSIII; Sharon G. Lynch, M.D. Note: this site is best viewed with or greater.
This site is designed as an introduction to multiple sclerosis for medical students and physicians in training. It is not a comprehensive guide to the disease. As such the information may not be sufficient to address specific patient problems and these should be handled by physicians familiar with the specific clinical details relevant to the individual patient. We invite comments from all users of this site.

2. MS Society - MS Society
Support and advice to those living with and affected by multiple sclerosis. Extensive information available online.
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3. MSRC :
Fact sheets, fundraising efforts and a bulletin board.
Friday, 09 September 2005 The MS 24 Hour Telephone Counselling Service 0800 783 0518 (then press 1) Information Home Site Map About MS Latest MS News ... E-Newsletters Search this site partial match exact match Interactive Join Us Member Log In My MSRC Contact MSRC ... Site Map content management system by:
Welcome to the MSRC - 0800 783 0518 See the Click Now information lower down the page and start supporting MSRC at no cost to you, your family or friends! MSRC Mission Statement The Multiple Sclerosis Resource Centre MSRC ) is a proactive and innovative charity, passionately committed to supporting anyone affected by Multiple Sclerosis through access to unbiased information and advice. Our approach is to encourage individuals to make choices that are appropriate to their daily lives, empowering them to maximise their potential.
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4. All About Multiple Sclerosis : MS News And Information On Diagnosis, Symptoms &
of multiple sclerosis, news, encyclopedia, famous people with MS,diagnosis, symptoms, treatments, prognosis, medical research,......
All About Multiple Sclerosis All About Multiple Sclerosis aims to provide accurate and comprehensive medical information about multiple sclerosis (MS) written in plain English by people living with the disease and its symptoms. It contains a detailed description of multiple sclerosis, a large archive of news stories about MS, an MS encyclopedia and a large links section containing hundreds of commented and rated links. It also has a list of famous people with multiple sclerosis and personal accounts, poems and essays by people with MS. The site receives no sponsorship from pharmaceutical or other financially interested companies and maintains absolute editorial independence. Every effort is made to ensure that the information is medically up-to-date and accurate. Please sign the guest book which is further on down this page.
Explaining Multiple Sclerosis
What is Multiple Sclerosis? This section explores the disease what might cause it , it's types, symptoms treatments diagnosis ... prognosis and other features. I've tried to give this a more of a scientific slant than is usual for descriptions of the disease and I've attempted to look toward the horizon to explain the various directions that MS research is going.

5. NINDS Forwarding Page
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke information and links to related organizations.
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6. National MS Society | Welcome
Nonprofit organization serving patients with multiple sclerosis in US by supportingscientific research and promoting education.
home find your chapter get involved government affairs / advocacy ... for professionals We've created a dedicated site to provide resources and information to the MS community Donate to our Special
Emergency Assistance Fund View our Spotlight series The mission of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society is to end the devastating effects of MS.
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Propelling MS Research and Patient Care Promise 2010 is a campaign to encourage innovative research into highly promising areas and to improve MS patient care. This includes a nationwide effort to raise at least $30 million.

7. Multiple Sclerosis Society Of Canada / Société Canadienne De La Sclérose En P
Organization supports research, provides services and conducts education programson MS.
Our Mission: To be a leader in finding a cure for multiple sclerosis and enabling people affected by MS to enhance their quality of life. Notre Mission: Super Cities
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8. Neuroscience For Kids - Multiple Sclerosis
A look at what MS is, who gets it, its causes, symptoms, and treatments. Includes audio files which tell how to pronounce a few key words.
Multiple Sclerosis
What is Multiple Sclerosis (MS)?
MS is a neurological disease that occurs when the insulating material (" myelin ") around nerve cells in the central nervous system is damaged. The word sclerosis comes from the Greek word "skleros," meaning hard. In multiple sclerosis, hard areas called "plaques" develop along a neuron's axon. "Multiple" refers to the many different areas of the nervous system that may have damaged myelin. People with MS can experience symptoms such as difficulties in walking, visual problems, and pain. MS is NOT contagious and it is not fatal. However, because MS disrupts the way messages are sent through the nervous system, the symptoms of MS can be serious and disabling. MS is considered to be an autoimmune disease. This means that a person's immune system attacks its own tissue. In MS, the immune system attacks myelin.
The Immune System
Your body is always on the look-out for foreign invaders such as bacteria and viruses. If these invaders get into your body they may make you sick. However, your body has defense mechanisms to fight these microorganisms and prevent infections. These defense mechanisms make up your immune system. Some immune cells can remove the invaders themselves and others cause extra blood to be directed to the site of infection and produce inflammation. Other immune cells produce chemicals or "antibodies" to find and eliminate harmful invaders. The cells that produce antibodies are located in the lymphatic system

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11. National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Nonprofit organization serving patients with multiple sclerosis in US by supporting scientific research and promoting education.

12. Multiple Sclerosis Information. Learn About Multiple Sclerosis
Learn about the symptoms and treatmenets of multiple sclerosis MS symptoms, treatment and diagnosis information.

13. What Is Multiple Sclerosis?
Well yes, MS can be and often is a very serious disease but almost nobody A minority of people with MS die as an indirect result of the disease in its
What is Multiple Sclerosis? "Ok then, what is Multiple Sclerosis?" Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an inflammatory disease of the Central Nervous System (CNS) - that's the brain and spinal cord. Predominantly, it is a disease of the " white matter " tissue. The white matter is made up of nerve fibres which are responsible for transmitting communication signals both internally within the CNS and between the CNS and the nerves supplying rest of the body. In people affected by MS, patches of damage called plaques or lesions appear in seemingly random areas of the CNS white matter. At the site of a lesion, a nerve insulating material, called myelin , is lost. I shall explain this process in more detail later . Clinically, MS is a hard condition to characterise because it is very unpredictable and variable. Depending on which areas of the CNS are affected and how badly they are damaged, the type and severity of symptoms can vary greatly. No two people get MS in exactly the same way and the expression of each individual's disease is as unique as their fingerprints. However, the different courses of the disease, both within an individual and within the whole population, principally differ in their timing, location and severity. Underneath similar processes (including demyelination and sometimes other forms of nerve degeneration) are going on.

14. Welcome To The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation "Helping Make A
GET INVOLVED Welcome to the Internet Resource Link of the multiple sclerosis Foundation! 06/21/05 CRUISE FOR A CAUSE 2006

15. Multiple Sclerosis For Kids
Includes chat rooms, discussion forums and games. Created by the MS Society of Canada.

16. Multiple Sclerosis Society
Support and advice to those living with and affected by multiple sclerosis. Extensive information available online.

17. Multiple Sclerosis International Federation
resize text search languages Welcome to the. World of multiple sclerosis. Italiano. Russian. Deutsch. English. Espanol. Francais

18. National MS Society | Medications Used In MS: By Brand Name
Information about specific drugs, including brand and generic names, MS symptoms treated, side effects, and other details. Used in MS.asp
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The following table lists the medications commonly used in the management of MS. For each product, the table gives the chemical name, the brand name, and the common usage in MS, as well as its availability in the United States and Canada. Products available without a prescription are so indicated (+). Hurricane Katrina Relief Replacing Lost Disease-Modifying Drugs sorted by
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Meclizine Nausea; Vomiting; Dizziness Atarax Hydroxyzine Paroxysmal itching Avonex Interferon beta-1a Disease-modifying agent Bactrim; Septra

19. National Multiple Sclerosis Society
View our Spotlight series The mission of the National multiple sclerosis Society is to end the devastating effects of MS.

20. Welcome To The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation..."Helping Make A Brighter Tomorrow
Welcome to the Internet Resource Link of the multiple sclerosis Foundation! This site is funded by the multiple sclerosis Foundation as a free public
SEARCH THIS SITE: SYMPTOMS OF MS HOW MS IS DIAGNOSED TREATMENT RESEARCH ... GET INVOLVED Welcome to the Internet Resource Link of the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation! Cruise For A Cause 2006 Grant Applications Available INTERACTIVE MS EDUCATIONAL LIVE AUDIO WEB CHAT Provides highly informative presentations on a wide range of MS topics including access to the MSF Multimedia Library and our comprehensive archive of webcasts. Direct questions to our panel of professionals, share experiences with those facing the same challenges, or learn to break through travel barriers in the MSForums. For information, support and assistance including the Support Group Directory and Brighter Tomorrow Grant information Please enter your e-mail address: A Brighter Tomorrow
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