Posts Tagged ‘new ms treatment’

Saffron Ingredient Show MS Treatment Potential

Saffron Ingredient Show MS Treatment Potential

Researchers from the University of Alberta have discovered a potential treatment for multiple sclerosis found in the ancient Persian spice saffron. It may also provide a potential treatment for a number of other diseases that may involve neuroinflammation. The findings were recently published in The Journal of Immunology. Chris Power and his team of researchers

Biological Switch That Enables Stem Cells To Regenerate Myelin Found

Biological Switch That Enables Stem Cells To Regenerate Myelin Found

Multiple sclerosis is a debilitating condition that is characterized by damage to the myelin sheath, the insulating layer that protect nerve fibers in the brain to enable efficient communication between the nerve cells and the brain in the central nervous system. A possible MS treatment that researchers look into aim to identify ways to repair

New Study Seeks Validity of Liberation Therapy

Seven teams of Canadian and U.S. doctors are conducting a research study about the validity of a controversial treatment for multiple sclerosis called “liberation therapy.” This relatively new treatment, introduced by Italian doctor Paulo Zamboni, involves using clearing the blockages of veins that carry blood to the brain, much like how angioplasty is treated. Zamboni