Neuroimmunology News


Jan 16, 2018
Memory loss from West Nile virus may be preventable
Study in mice paves way to treatments
Dec 26, 2017
Researchers find potential path to repair multiple sclerosis-damaged nerves
Gene expression in specific cells and in specific regions can provide a more precise, neuroprotective approach than traditional treatments.
Dec 20, 2017
Antidepressant may help combat the course of multiple sclerosis
The antidepressant clomipramine may also alleviate symptoms of multiple sclerosis, specifically in its progressive form.
Dec 15, 2017
Scientists discover blood sample detection method for multiple sclerosis
The process will avoid invasive, painful process of collecting fluid from brain and spine.
Dec 12, 2017
FDA approves first drug for eosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis (Churg-Strauss Syndrome)
The US FDA expanded the approved use of mepolizumab to treat adult patients with eosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis. This new indication provides the first FDA-approved therapy specifically to treat the rare autoimmune disease.
Dec 07, 2017
Can diet help reduce disability, symptoms of multiple sclerosis?
For people with multiple sclerosis, eating a healthy diet of fruits, vegetables and whole grains may be linked to having less disability and fewer symptoms than people whose diet is less healthy.
Nov 29, 2017
Simple blood test may predict MRI disease activity in multiple sclerosis
Blood tests potentially low-cost alternative to MRI for monitoring disease activity.
Nov 21, 2017
How rogue immune cells cross the blood-brain barrier to cause multiple sclerosis
Researchers uncover two different ways immune cells gain access to neurons and wreak their havoc.
Nov 09, 2017
Autoimmunity may underlie newly discovered painful nerve-damage disorder
Nov 07, 2017
MRIs of West Nile virus victims show evidence of long-term neurological damage
Brain images of people who developed neurologic complications from West Nile virus show evidence of brain damage years after the original infection.
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