Stem cell transplantation effective in aggressive relapsing-remitting MS

From Clinical Neurology News, 27 February 2014: Autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation was an effective treatment option for aggressive multiple sclerosis, particularly in patients with inflammatory activity at baseline, in a study of the Swedish experience with the procedure since it was first performed there in 2004. A prospective, observational study of 41 patients with Continue reading Stem cell transplantation effective in aggressive relapsing-remitting MS

Alzheimer’s culprit may be ‘innocent’

From ABC News in Science, 4 April 2013: Amyloid proteins may have been wrongfully accused as the culprits behind Alzheimer’s disease, new research in mice suggests. Two studies – one Australian, one from the US – have examined the role amyloid proteins play in the brain with one study suggesting that far from being a Continue reading Alzheimer’s culprit may be ‘innocent’