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St. Louis Jewish Light

A nonprofit, independent news source to inform, inspire, educate and connect the St. Louis Jewish community.

St. Louis Jewish Light

A nonprofit, independent news source to inform, inspire, educate and connect the St. Louis Jewish community.

St. Louis Jewish Light

Barry Singer, M.D.

Improved treatments and new research is changing the lives of people with MS

BY PATRICIA CORRIGAN, SPECIAL TO THE JEWISH LIGHTPublished May 18, 2016

If you have multiple sclerosis (MS) and you have stopped your treatments because of side effects — or any other reason — Dr. Barry Singer wants you to know there are lots of treatment options now, worth another look.A disease of the brain and spinal...

(From left) Linda Jayaram, David Barish and St. Louis Chapter
Hadassah President Jenny Schmitz are pictured at the Hadassah event
Feb. 14, called, ‘A Love Story - Linda Jayaram, David Barish and
Hadassah. The program highlighted the medical progress of Multiple
Sclerosis patient Jayaram as a participant in a trial of stem cell
therapy for MS at Hadassah Medical Organization in Jerusalem.

Gala draws supporters for talk on Hadassah’s work on MS

BY ROBERT A. COHN, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF EMERITUSPublished February 22, 2012

Hadassah's gala event, "Framing the Future Encore: A Love Story" at the Jewish Community Center's Arts & Education Building drew more than 100 members of the St. Louis Chapter of Hadassah. The event was co-chaired by Carol and Michael Staenberg and...

Nancy Falchuk

Awards galore and much more

By Lois CaplanPublished January 25, 2012

HADASSSAH IS HOSTING A BIG STEM CELL RELATED EVENT on Feb. 14, this one of particular interest in advances against Multiple Sclerosis (MS). In case you had not noticed, the event falls on Valentine's Day and is called "Framing the Future Encore: A Love...

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