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LATEST HEALTH NEWS - Daily Mail



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LATEST HEALTH NEWS 
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Judy Lawrence, 53, (pictured with her 'bra' tattoo right and with her granddaughter Taylor top left) was diagnosed with aggressive stage 3 breast cancer in 2013. She had a lumpectomy but was still riddled with cancer so decided to have her breasts removed.

 


Teva to Highlight New Data in Multiple Sclerosis at Joint ECTRIMS ? ACTRIMS Congress in Paris - Business Wire (press release)



Teva to Highlight New Data in Multiple Sclerosis at Joint ECTRIMS ? ACTRIMS Congress in Paris 
Business Wire (press release)
JERUSALEM--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (NYSE and TASE: TEVA) today announced that new data on its multiple sclerosis (MS) program, including COPAXONE® (glatiramer acetate injection), a product for relapsing forms of MS, and ...

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Merck to Present New Data on MS Portfolio: Rebif, Mavenclad, and Evobrutinib at ECTRIMS - TASS



Merck to Present New Data on MS Portfolio: Rebif, Mavenclad, and Evobrutinib at ECTRIMS 
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Merck, a leading science and technology company, today announced that data for approved and investigational multiple sclerosis (MS) treatments, MAVENCLAD®(Cladribine Tablets) and Rebif® (interferon beta-1a) and evobrutinib will be presented at MSParis ...

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Researcher: D-vitamin deficiency during pregnancy raises baby's MS risk - YLE News



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Researcher: D-vitamin deficiency during pregnancy raises baby's MS risk 
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Children born to mothers who were vitamin-D deficient during pregnancy were twice as likely to suffer from the nervous system disease multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a fresh doctoral dissertation to be presented at the University of Turku later ...

 


Pregnant RA Patients Often Stop Biologic Tx: Study - MedPage Today



Pregnant RA Patients Often Stop Biologic Tx: Study 
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These women had one or more autoimmune diseases that could be treated with a biologic, including RA, IBD, psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, juvenile idiopathic arthritis, systemic autoimmune rheumatic diseases, multiple sclerosis, or vasculitic diseases ...

 


Merck to Present New Data on MS Portfolio: Rebif, Mavenclad, and Evobrutinib at ECTRIMS 2017 - PR Newswire (press release)



Merck to Present New Data on MS Portfolio: Rebif, Mavenclad, and Evobrutinib at ECTRIMS 2017 
PR Newswire (press release)
Merck, a leading science and technology company, today announced that data for approved and investigational multiple sclerosis (MS) treatments, MAVENCLAD® (Cladribine Tablets) and Rebif® (interferon beta-1a) and evobrutinib will be presented at MSParis ...

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Does Vitamin D Influence MS Risk? - Medscape



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Does Vitamin D Influence MS Risk? 
Medscape
These findings are consistent with past research that supports low vitamin D levels as a risk factor for MS. More research is needed before we can recommend universal vitamin D supplementation. But for your patients with risk factors for MS, like ...

 


Woman has 11 miscarriages, ectopic pregnancy and failed IVF before adopting - then discovers she has breast cancer - Mirror.co.uk



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Woman has 11 miscarriages, ectopic pregnancy and failed IVF before adopting - then discovers she has breast cancer 
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As she dealt with her own health problems Martin was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), which affects both the brain and spinal cord. ?One of the reasons I didn't want to get it checked was because I was worried it could affect our situation with ...

 


Vitamin D supplements could prevent heart disease and MS for JUST 2p - Express.co.uk



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Vitamin D supplements could prevent heart disease and MS for JUST 2p 
Express.co.uk
... levels in food has dropped. Symptoms of vitamin D deficiency include frequent infections, tiredness and general body pains. Those most likely to have a deficiency include those spending lots of time indoors, pregnant women, and those who are ...

 


Sunnybrook opens clinic for pregnant, disabled women - insideTORONTO.com



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Sunnybrook opens clinic for pregnant, disabled women 
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The Accessible Care Pregnancy Clinic is available to women who have disabilities such as spinal cord injuries, severe arthritis, spina bifida, a history of trauma such as a car accident or brain surgery, cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis. Patients ...