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Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a chronic, progressive neurologic disease characterized by scattered demyelination of nerve fibers in the brain and spinal cord. Fatigue, vertigo, spasticity and muscle spasms, psychological problems, urinary dysfunction, sexual problems ,tremors and incoordination, pain and cognitive problems are some of the associated effect of MS. Within 40 years of its first depiction, the clinical and pathological details of multiple sclerosis had been adequately characterised. Over the past 120 years, ideas have consolidated on the cause and mechanisms of inflammatory demyelination and axonopathy. In the past 10 years, therapies have emerged that modestly affect the course of the illness. Current research is increasingly seen as coherent and focused on the hot topics that need to be solved to limit, repair, and prevent the damage caused by multiple sclerosis.

The use of the Cytotron® in the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis has shown extremely promising results. Based on these preliminary results from patients treated with the Cytotron®, S-CARD, Bangalore has registered a trial for Multiple Sclerosis with the NIH (NCT01220830). The purpose of the study is to evaluate the efficacy of RFQMR therapy in remyelination in cases of Multiple sclerosis. The evaluation will be done based on MRI findings, by clinical/ neurological examination and by assessment of quality of life before and after completion of therapy. 
Shreis plans to repeat a similar trial here in the US.
Shreis has already commenced work in Canada for a study of MS patients and to follow it with a clinical trial as per Health Canada regulations.

 Clinical Trial registered with NIH Identifier: NCT01220830





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