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stuart Patient Expert

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in December 1998, Stuart did not let the disease get the better of him. Instead he found ways in which to make sure that others affected by MS have access and availability of needed information concerning this illness.   He founded "MS Views and... Full Bio
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THREE varying MS Patient Stories by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Jaxson de Ville Travels to Seattle to Help Fellow NFL Mascot First Coast News Curtis Dvorak, the man who has brought Jaguars mascot ... Read on »
Stem Cells From Placentas Show Potential in Treating Heart Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and More by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) BY  NEAL UNGERLEIDER Tue Mar 29, 2011 An Israeli biotechnology firm is betting that stem cells harvested from human placentas can help treat a ... Read on »
The 'MS Views & News' - Online Charity Auction Series by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) March 29. 2011 Dear Friends, As you know, MS Views and News, Inc. is dedicated to the global collection and distribution of current information con ... Read on »
Report Identifies Cluster areas for MS in Ohio by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Wellington has been designated as a disease cluster area for multiple sclerosis, according to a report released yesterday by the National Resources De ... Read on »
THE MS VIEWS & News Bowlathon - Bowling for Charity and Myelin Restoration Research by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS)                                           BOWLING FOR CHARITY                    ... Read on »
Down and Dirty to raise money at the annual Mud Run MS in Jacksonville by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) March 26, 2011 - By  Matt Soergel There comes a time in every Mud Run when simply splashing through thick brown water won’t do. Nor will more slogging wa ... Read on »
Bellingham man with MS scales Mount Baker, helps others cope with the disease by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) March 25, 2011 To look at lifelong athlete Keith Terry, who climbed Mount Baker last year on his first try, you would never know he has multiple sclerosis ... Read on »
Novartis’s Gilenya MS Pill to Cost EU22,000 a Year in Germany by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) By Eva von Schaper - Mar 25, 2011 Novartis AG (NOVN) ’s multiple sclerosis pill Gilenya will cost 1,850 euros ($2,620) a month in Germany, according to a ... Read on »
Opexa to Present Tovaxin® Data at 2011 American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) THE WOODLANDS, Texas (March 23, 2011) - Opexa Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ:OPXA), a company developing a novel T-cell therapy for multiple sclerosis (MS), ... Read on »
Study Shows Improvements in MS Patients Who Replace Bone Marrow With Stem Cells by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) By Brenda Goodman WebMD Health News Reviewed by  Laura J. Martin, MD March 21, 2011 -- Replacing bone marrow w ... Read on »
Sunlight / Vitamin D Affects MS Risk by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Higher levels of sun exposure and higher blood levels of vitamin D were both associated with decreased risk of having a first demyelinating event that can b ... Read on »
Study identifies gene linked to higher risk of multiple sclerosis in children by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) March 21, 2011 Canadians have one of the highest rates of  Multiple Sclerosis  (MS) in the world with approximately 1,000 new cases diagnosed each year. Pr ... Read on »
MS= by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) MS = . The National MS Society has created this page so that all of us who live with MS — patients, families, friends, co-workers, etc — can go there and t ... Read on »
A GRAPHIC Representation of Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI) by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) What is Chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI)? CCSVI Animation (Copyrighted material posted with consent from CCSVI Alliance) Chronic ce ... Read on »
Current MS Research News ( from a-z ) by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Source: MSRC-UK Please choose one of the news categories below. New Discoveries Drugs Research MS Knowledge Researc ... Read on »
Veterans Administration MS Centers of Excellence by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) The National MS Society and MS Learn Online presents... New Feature Presentation: Veterans Administration MS Cente ... Read on »
Matching Grant Offer on the NESS L300® for People Living with MS! by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) People living with Multiple Sclerosis may often experience a medical condition called “foot drop” where the foot drags or slaps the ground making it di ... Read on »
BIOGEN ANNOUNCES a New Support Network for the MS Patient by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Balance. Treatment. Mindset. Support. Goal Tracking. Introducing ActiveSupport for MS. Now On-Line.   BIOGEN ANNOUNCES a New Support Network  ... Read on »
Common multiple sclerosis symptoms by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Multiple sclerosis symptoms can cause a wide range of problems. Some problems occur often, and some are seldom seen. Each person’s MS is unique and each per ... Read on »
BEYOND MEDS what have you? One answer: "Service Dogs"... by stuart Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Source: MS BEYOND MEDS MS has been treated with a variety of meds for years.  Meds can help slow down the progression of the disease and help wit ... Read on »