MS Patient's Dog Rescue Story Earns Grant For Adoption CenterProving that a pet can make all the difference in a person's life, a local woman's story has turned into a holiday surprise for a dog adoption center.
New Potential Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Being Tested In CanadaResearchers in Canada may have discovered a new way to treat multiple sclerosis.
Almost 20 Percent Of Multiple Sclerosis Diagnoses Are False, Study FindsResearchers at Cedars Sinai, UCLA, and the University of Vermont found that nearly one-in-five people diagnosed with MS do not actually have it.
Experimental Stem Cell Therapy Shows Promise In Multiple SclerosisA new study finds a single stem cell transplant could stop or delay symptoms better than some medications.
I-Team Gets Help For Woman In Desperate Need Of Drug To Treat MSJodie Haimila was told she had an insurance co-pay of more than $5,000 to get the medication to treat her multiple sclerosis.
Sweet Tomatoes Driver To Make Plea Decision On Oct. 27The man facing charges in a deadly crash into a Newton pizza restaurant will decide later this month if he wants to plead guilty or go to trial.
Sweet Tomatoes Crash Hearing Focuses On Driver's Multiple SclerosisBradford Casler's attorney says his client's Multiple Sclerosis played a factor in the deadly crash.
36th Annual MS Harborfest Held In Portland HarborMore than 50 sailboats raced Saturday to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis research.
Mother Diagnosed With MS Trains For First Boston MarathonTraining for the Boston Marathon is a serious commitment and for one working mom, it also comes with a “life lesson."
MS Patient Takes Last Steps In Front Of Cheering CrowdA Worcester woman, struggling with multiple sclerosis set her sights on the MS Society’s annual three day 50-mile fundraising walk.
World Medical Innovation Forum Raises Awareness About MSThere have been amazing advances when it comes to treatment for multiple sclerosis.
Community Transforms Teacher's Lawrence Home After MS DiagnosisTiffany Mottola, an instructor at Lincoln Technical Institute, recently had to stop working because of her health.
Positively Minnesota: Harding Shines, InspiresMinnesota Wild goaltender doesn't want to be considered the NHL's only player with multiple sclerosis, he just wants to be recognized for stopping the puck.
Mass. Voters Approve Medical Marijuana Ballot MeasureDoctors can now recommend medical marijuana for patients with certain conditions.
Disabled Westminster Man Terrorized In Home InvasionPolice say two people broke into a Westminster home, tied up the disabled homeowner and took off with his cash and his phone.