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DINET collects relevant research related to dysautonomia disorders and related conditions & illnesses. This is in no way meant to be a complete list of all research currently underway or the results of research currently made public. But it is a summary of key research studies that we hope are relevant and potentially important to our members' ongoing treatment and prognosis. Please check back as this page is regularly updated. Updated Info: Dr. Raj and associate, Dr. Miller's updated article about the pharmacotherapy for POTS. Pub. May 2018 in Science Direct, Autonomic Neurosci
The University of Alberta and McGill University released their findings for a new therapeutic agent that may hold the potential for the prevention of MS. In the new study, according to the synopsis published in Medical News Today, the researchers examined tissues from donated human brains. They found that the brains of people with MS had very high levels of a protein called calnexin compared with the brains of people who did not have MS. The team then used mice that had been bred to model human MS to examine the influence of calnexin in living creatures. The study authors wer