What’s New in MS Research – July 2021

Reviewed by MSAA Chief Medical Officer Barry A. Hendin, MD In this Article Good cause to watch for anxiety and depression in the first year after MS diagnosis The case for “starting strong” with an initial disease-modifying therapy Positive results for the investigational disease-modifying therapy ublituximab Measuring the long-term effects of relapses in MS Exploring […]

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What’s New in MS Research: A Look Into the Future of Multiple Sclerosis Treatment – July 2021

Featuring Barry Singer, MD The last 20 years have seen incredible advancement in MS treatment, from the initial injectable disease-modifying therapies to a wide array of options for those living with multiple sclerosis. In this one-hour webinar, Dr. Barry Singer, Director and Founder of The MS Center for Innovations in Care at Missouri Baptist Medical […]

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Making Sense of Me and my MS Diagnosis

Making Sense of “Me” and My MS Diagnosis

Featuring Evelyn Hunter, PhD and MS Community Members Cynthia and Tyler Multiple sclerosis disproportionately affects certain racial and ethnic communities. Follow along with Licensed Psychologist Evelyn Hunter, PhD and MS Community Members, Cynthia and Tyler, as they explore the stages of grief following an MS diagnosis and reflect on what this diagnosis means for them […]

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Section 6: COVID-19 Resources

Section 1: What Kills the Virus? Section 2: How is it Transmitted? Section 3: Symptoms & Emergency Care Section 4: Will I Get Seriously Ill from COVID-19? Section 5: Vaccines, Treatments, and Testing ► Section 6: COVID-19 Resources COVID-19 Resources The following are a list of trusted resources for COVID-19 facts and updates: WHO – […]

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