For some multiple sclerosis patients, knocking out the immune system might work better than drugs | Science

Blood stem cells (portrayed here, yellow, in bone marrow) regrowed the immune system after chemotherapy in a brand-new trial for multiple sclerosis. Dennis Kunkel Microscopy/Science Source In multiple sclerosis... Read more »

New Therapeutic Concept Controls Pathogenic T Cells Relevant in Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis is a persistent inflammatory illness in which the external layer of nerve fibers in the main nerve system is assaulted. Mainz researchers have actually now found the... Read more »

Multiple Lasers Could Be Replaced by a Single Microcomb

Every time we send out an email, a tweet, or stream a video, we count on laser light to move digital info over a complicated network of fiber optics.... Read more »