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Multiple Sclerosis: Five sources to seek after diagnosis
Dr. Elizabeth Crabtree and the UCSF MS Center support group were recognized as a top resource in the Bay Area by the San Jose Mercury News after a diagnosis of MS.
By Jessica Yadegaran on 05/13/2013
Nutrition and MS
Dr. Elizabeth Crabtree discusses nutrition and its impact on MS.
UCSF Neurologist Wins Top International Prize for Multiple Sclerosis Research
Stephen Hauser Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
April 05, 2013
Scientists Identify Key Biological Mechanism in Multiple Sclerosis
Imaging Study Finds Potential New Target to Combat Disease
By Anne Holden on November 30, 2012
Pictures from Pediatric MS Family Day
Center Without Walls Research Project - Emmanuelle Waubant, MD, PhD - UCSF
Meet Dr. Emmanuelle Waubant, Associate Professor of Neurology, Director Regional Pediatric MS Center at UCSF, and Director of the Nancy Davis Center Without Walls program. Here is an overview of her latest research - Pediatric MS.
UC San Francisco tests new class of MS drugs
Advances in MRI technology and cellular engineering are giving new hope to people fighting Multiple sclerosis. SmartPlanet visits the University of California at San Francisco and talks to Dr. Emannuelle Waubant about new drug therapy that is reducing brain lesions and cutting down on relapse for patients.
Charlie Rose Brain Series 2, Episode 9: Multiple Sclerosis-
Dr. Stephen Hauser and colleagues talk about the current state of MS research and treatment interventions.
Dr. Stephen Hauser talks about Vitamin D with regard to multiple sclerosis.
A GWAS Gets Into Shape
Researchers connect gene variants to structure of brain lesions
By Mitch Leslie on 14 Feb 2013