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Accessible Stroke Care for Diverse Populations: The Montefiore Approach

October 26, 2021

By Marco Meglio

Years of built-up trust in the community has enabled Montefiore’s Stern Stroke Center physicians to understand more about how stroke affects multicultural communities and to break down existing barriers to care.

Ocrelizumab Shows Similar Safety Among Older, More Disabled Patients With MS

October 26, 2021

By Matt Hoffman

Real-world data from a single-center study with more than 4 years of follow-up showed similar rates of moderate infections and malignancies to the general population with multiple sclerosis.

Ocrelizumab Has Long-Term, Positive Effects on MS Symptoms, Productivity

October 26, 2021

By Alicia Bigica

The results demonstrate a positive change in patients with previous disease-modifying drug failures.

Quality of Life Improved Significantly Following Wellness Program for Multiple Sclerosis

October 25, 2021

By Abby Reinhard

Patient data were evaluated over a 3-year period, with analyses from baseline, year 1, and year 2 presented at previous CMSC meetings.

Swank, Wahls Diets May Reduce Fatigue and Cognitive Dysfunction in MS

October 25, 2021

By Matt Hoffman

Both diets resulted in patients with MS reporting significant changes on Perceived Deficits Questionnaire scores for fatigue and cognitive dysfunction after 12 weeks of intervention.

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