A book by Prof. Dr. Mike Chan and Dr. Dina Tulina
Published by Matador, Troubador.co.uk, London – Medical Research: ISBN 978-1-80313-118-4
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a progressive neurological disease that affects millions of people worldwide. Currently, the causes of MS are still unclear and the cure of MS remains symptomatic, while the effectiveness of treatment varies widely among individuals. The clinical features and neurological defects derived from this progressive neurological disease are diverse since MS may affect the human central nervous system (CNS) at all levels from the brain to hen end of the spinal cord. Immunopathogenesis of MS involves many steps, including activation of peripheral leucocytes against putative CNS antigens, activated leucocytes with inflamed cerebral endothelial cells, the migration of activated lymphocytes and macrophages through the endothelium to the CNS environment, and further propagation of a massive immune response within the CNS, Such large-scale immune activation leads to loss of the myelin-oligodendrocyte complex. Various types of immune cells and mediators of the immune-inflammatory response actively contribute to the pathogenesis of MS. Genetic factors are also thought to play a central role in the development of most forms of MS. Axonal degeneration and neuronal loss are the core components of irreversible and permanent CNS atrophy and disability in MS.
This book provides a comprehensive overview of the current MS situation as researchers try to understand the process and develop treatments that can slow or stop the disease, possible repair the damage, alleviate specified symptoms, and improve the abilities of MS patients to function in everyday life. Various biological holistic approaches have been shown to slow disease progression in some patients, and the recovery rate of cellular mechanism in the brain and spinal cord has been accelerated, increasing the possibility of achieving complete balance of the disease state.
The panels review the background, focusing on novel strategies that are most likely to understand the biological mechanism of recovery and translate findings into alternative comprehensive approach to the MS management. The modality of such complementary therapies adds a new dimension, geared to further improvement in the management and sustain the acquired long-term results of MS. This books will necessary to MS researchers, research funder, healthcare advocate MS research and treatment, and interested patients and their families.
Authors: Dr. Yuriy Nalapko, Dr. Dmytro Klokol, Jonathan R.T. Lakey, Orn Adalsteinsson, Shing Yi Pan, Thomas Skutella, Prof. Dr. Michelle Wong and Prof. Dr. Mike Chan
Publisher: Stem Cells Regen Med, 2022, Volume 6 | Issue 1
Authors: Dr. Glen Alvin, Dr. Vladimir Chernykh and Prof. Dr. Mike Chan
Author(s): Dr. Bawani Nesamany, Joel See Pih Liang, Prof. Dr. Mike Chan,Prof. Dr. Michelle Wong, Dr. Dmytro Klokol
Publisher: Proceeding of the Public Health and Well-being Conference, Vol. 1, 2021, pp. 80-91
Dr. Glen Alvin, Prof. Dr. Mike Chan and Prof. Dr. Thomas Skutella
Clinics of Surgery, ISSN 2638-1451, Volume 5 Issue 8-2021, May 7, 2021
Published URL: http://clinicsofsurgery.com/COS-v5-1459.htm
Dr. Glen Alvin, Dr. Shing Yi Pan and Prof. Dr. Mike Chan
Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Journal of Stem Cells ISSN: 1556-8539, Volume 16, Number 1, May, 2021
Author(s): Dr. Glen Alvin and Prof. Dr. Mike Chan
Publisher: Henry Publishing Groups | Alvin G, et al., J Clinic Exper Cosme Derma 4: 013, April 06, 2021
Dr. Glen Alvin, Dr. Vladimir Chernykh and Prof. Dr. Mike Chan
J Dermatolog Clin Res 8(2): 1137, ISSN: 2373-9371, 25 November 2020
Dr. Vladimir Chernykh, Dr. Lingeswran Nallenthiran, Dr. Margarita Yemeliyanova
MedCrave, Journal of Stem Cell Research & Therapeutics - Volume 6 Issue 2 - December 5, 2020
Published URL: https://medcraveonline.com/JSRT/JSRT-06-00147.pdf
Dr. Dina Tulina, Dr. Shing Yi Pan and Dr. Dmytro Klokol.
European Journal of Pharmaceutical And Medical Research, ISSN: 2394-3211, ejpmr, 2019,6(3), 66-78, 11 Feb 2019.
Published URL: https://www.ejpmr.com/home/abstract_id/4782