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New MS Drug Ocrevus Wins FDA Approval

by ANTHONY SERRITELLA and REHEMA ELLIS   Click Here for the Original Article  The Food and Drug Administration approved a new drug to treat multiple sclerosis Tuesday. The drug, called Ocrevus, is approved for use against the most common form of MS – the relapsing-remitting type. It’s also the first drug specifically approved for primary

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‘I’m prayerful’: Kym Sellers gives update on battle with MS

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland radio icon and beloved personality Kym Sellers says she is making great strides and is working hard after an experimental stem cell treatment for multiple sclerosis. Sellers was the first person in Ohio to have the treatment back in 2014. She was diagnosed with MS in 1992. **For an update on her

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Kym Sellers Foundation rallies for 17th annual gala to fight multiple sclerosis on Saturday

CLEVELAND – Kym Sellers is a fighter whose greatest strength is her voice. She has used it to be a light and to lead a foundation geared to educate, inform and bring awareness to those dealing with multiple sclerosis. Sellers, who is bound to a wheelchair but has the ability to move her neck and speak,