By Shawn Masia, MD
Retooling Multiple Sclerosis Care
The addition of a potential breakthrough agent may change the treatment arena, but wellness and early treatment remain the foundation of effective care.
With Patricia K. Coyle, MD
Preliminary signals are strong that vitamin D has a role to play in MS, but more research is needed to confirm the need for supplementation as a preventive or therapeutic measure.
By Ellen Mowry, MD
Engaging and informing patients about the disease, therapy, and lifestyle is the cornerstone of effective multiple sclerosis care.
By Amy Perrin Ross, APN, MSN, CNRN, MSCN
EEG findings are helpful at either end of the spectrum, but more research is needed before it can be used more broadly to determine prognosis for patients with cardiac arrest.
By Michelle Dougherty, MD
A lack of uniform diagnostic criteria for small fiber neuropathy and Sjogren’s syndrome presents several challenges for treatment.