Monday, April 07, 2008

Caffeine prevents multiple sclerosis-like disease in mice

Caffeine prevents multiple sclerosis-like disease in mice
EurekAlert! Mon, 07 Apr 2008 12:58 PM PDT
Mice given caffeine equivalent to a human drinking six to eight cups of coffee a day were protected from developing experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE), the animal model for the human disease Multiple Sclerosis (MS), according to researchers at Cornell University.


Doctor has hope despite multiple sclerosis diagnosis
The Monterey County Herald Sat, 05 Apr 2008 2:11 AM PDT
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — She still remembers the denial, fear, anger and depression that followed her diagnosis of multiple sclerosis in 2000. "When you're told you have MS and you're 34, that's a big deal," said Dr. Kym Orsetti Furney, of Charlotte, N.C

MediciNova Reports Clinical Results From Two-Year Phase II ...
Primenewswire (press release) - Los Angeles,CA,USA
... March 2007 and described more completely at the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS) meeting in November 2007. ...
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Talk show host speaks out against Springer-type tactics
ic Wales - United Kingdom
Mr Williams, who has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, campaigns for affordable drug medication for the 49 million Americans he claims lack the ...
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Multi-Shakers celebrate anniversary
Redditch Advertiser - Redditch,UK
MEMBERS of a Redditch exercise group for sufferers of Multiple Sclerosis have celebrated their first year anniversary. The Multi-Shakers meet every Tuesday ...
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STEM CELLS MATURE
Akron Beacon Journal - Akron,OH,USA
A bone-marrow transplant ''is actually a stem-cell transplant,'' said Debra Grega, executive director of the National Center for Regenerative Medicine in ...
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Views split on cell research
Oxford Mail - Oxford,England,UK
Supporters of the Bill believe hybrid embryos could lead to cures for conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis, and Alzheimer's Disease. ...
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