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The Tisch MS Research Center of New York is dedicated to finding the cause and cure of .
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Tisch MSRCNY wishes everyone observing Passover, a holiday filled with peace, prosperity, and good health. Chag Sameach!
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To our patients, friends, and supporters celebrating and , we wish you a happy and healthy holiday weekend!
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Replying to @RachelMiner1
Thank YOU for the kind words! ☺️
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Tisch MS Research Apr 18
We are deeply appreciative for this support from the !
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Tisch MS Research Apr 17
Replying to @MStranslate @mssociety
Of course! It’s always a pleasure working with you. We will most definitely be in touch. Thank you again for the kind words and well wishes!
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MStranslate Apr 17
The has released their new list of funded projects. It’s great to see such a wide range of studies being supported, some of which are by previous friends & contributors to MStranslate, such as of New York
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Tisch MS Research Apr 17
Replying to @MStranslate @mssociety
Thank you! 😊
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Tisch MS Research Apr 16
Replying to @BrainWorldMag
Thanks for sharing, ! 😊
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Brain World Magazine Apr 16
Multiple sclerosis () affects 2.5 million people worldwide, including 400,000 Americans. The researchers at work tirelessly to better understand the cause and mechanism of the disease, seek effective treatments, and—one day—find a cure. 🧠
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Tisch MS Research Apr 15
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Thank you so much for your generosity! We appreciate the support! 😊
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Tisch MS Research Apr 5
Thank you to everyone who participated! We are very impressed with all of the submissions. This image is of nerve cells () in the spinal cord.
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Tisch MS Research Apr 4
Trivia Time! Do you know what this is? Tweet your guesses back at us and tune in tomorrow for the answer!
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Jon Strum Mar 30
The has invested $1 million dollars in a clinical trial using individuals' own stem cells to treat progressive MS. We're talking about it on the RealTalk MS podcast
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Jon Strum Mar 27
The has invested $1 million dollars in a clinical trial using individuals' own stem cells to treat progressive MS. We're talking about it on the RealTalk MS podcast
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Castle Connolly Mar 21
Dr. Armistead Williams was interviewed on a popular podcast called Truth Be Told MS. He discusses all aspects of , the level of care at the IMSMP, the research at , and why hope is so important for patients.
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Tisch MS Research Mar 20
Replying to @TwoFacesofMS
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Tisch MS Research Mar 20
Replying to @Tisch_MS
Further research is needed to understand the relationship of these proteins to MSCs and the interaction of MSCs with other MS treatments.
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Tisch MS Research Mar 20
Replying to @Tisch_MS
This study also showed an effect on the abundance of secretory leukocyte protease inhibitor (Slpi) and hepatocyte growth factor (Hgf), two proteins that seem to be involved in the immune and regenerative functions of MSCs.
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Tisch MS Research Mar 20
Replying to @Tisch_MS
and can be used as a treatment for MS. This study focused on the interaction of IFNβ and MSCs to assess the possibility of using them together in a new combination treatment. They found that IFNβ increased the impact of MSCs on the immune system & altered the metabolism of MSCs.
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Tisch MS Research Mar 20
Replying to @Tisch_MS
Interferon beta (IFNβ) is an anti-inflammatory treatment that affects T and B cells in the immune system and is used for patients with relapsing-remitting and secondary progressive MS. Mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) are created from bone marrow or adipose tissue
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