More MS news articles for Feb 2002

The Medical Herald Highlights Multiple Sclerosis

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Jan 31, 2002
PR Newswire - USA

This month's issue of the nation's premier urban medical newspaper features breaking medical news and feature stories as they affect urban populations and health care professionals. Specifically, The Medical Herald features the following articles related to multiple sclerosis (MS):

Other topics include: MS is a chronic disease of the central nervous system in which most patients suffer physical disability over time. An estimated 300,000 Americans have MS, with nearly 200 new cases diagnosed every week. The disease most often strikes people in the 20s and 30s and develops more frequently in women than in men.

For more information on these and other articles or to request a print edition of the The Medical Herald, please call Leslie Flint or Beth Disharoon at 212-983-3525.

The Medical Herald targets physicians, pharmacists, nurses, administrators and allied health professionals working in America's inner cities through lively and upbeat coverage of hard news and features. The newspaper is circulated nationwide among 28,000 doctor offices with multiple practices, 400 hospitals, Indian reservations, medical libraries, state legislatures and the Congress. More than 100 prominent Wall Street analysts who specialize in pharmaceuticals and health care obtain their medical information from The Medical Herald.

Contact: Lissette Capati, +1-202-955-6222, for The Medical Herald

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