The MS Center’s Dr. James Bowen is a part of the HALT-MS trial, which has made the list of the 20 top research advances supported by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID).
As 2016 approaches, many people will make a New Year’s resolution to be more active. We at the Swedish Multiple Sclerosis Center couldn't agree more! Numerous studies have shown that exercise and targeted therapy for MS have great health benefits.
Experts from the Multiple Sclerosis Center at Swedish Neuroscience Institute and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society are bringing this traveling roadshow of Multiple Sclerosis education and information to Yakima, Washington on Sept. 19, 2015.
A recent report has generated excitement in the scientific community. This report announces the discovery of a lymphatic system in the brain.
Swedish will host its 6th Annual Multiple Sclerosis Art Show this weekend, June 27 and 28 at the Seattle Armory Center. Sponsored by the Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Center at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute, the Art Show features creative works from those affected by MS in the Pacific Northwest. >
As someone living with multiple sclerosis and a patient of Dr. James Bowen, I wanted to share what I’ve learned about living with a wheelchair.