In the latest issue, find out more about Canadian Researcher Dr. Helen Tremlett’s study, which aims to help us better understand how the bacteria that live within us play a role in health and disease, and particularly how they may drive or control MS.
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The feature article focuses on the story of Jennifer Molson, who was diagnosed with MS at 21. Jennifer participated in a clinical trial and underwent a procedure, which restored her ability to walk and gave her what she describes as “a second chance at life.”
In this issue, you’ll also enjoy:
- A profile of Dr. Nadine Akbar, a promising young researcher who has received funding from the MS Society;
- Emerging information about comorbidity and MS;
- The MS Society’s $4.5 million investment in operating grants;
- President Yves Savoie’s thoughts on recent advances in MS research.
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