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Migraine Patch May Cause Burns FDA Says
The US Food and Drug Administration is investigation the risk of burns in people who use the sumatriptan iontophoretic system, a device it approved in September.
Marijuana and alcohol – studies suggest that one of these substances helps patients with multiple sclerosis while the other can contribute to comorbidities.
Lifestyle factors and multiple sclerosis is a two-way street; but what does that mean for practicing physicians? Allen Bowling, MD, PhD, explains at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Center (CMSC) in National Harbor, Maryland.
Perfecting an exercise regimen on an individual basis for people with multiple sclerosis is no easy task, as described at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Center (CMSC) in National Harbor, Maryland.
A change in appetite may not be a huge red flag in most people, but in patients with multiple sclerosis, it could have a larger meaning.
To date, there is no treatment approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for primary progressive multiple sclerosis. But a promising treatment could change that regardless of apparent skin reactions.

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