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Bayer   Today is World Multiple Sclerosis Day.

In 1838, the English physician Robert Carswell sketched the effects of a mysterious illness which left many (multiple) hard (sclerotic) scars on the brain and the spinal chord. These changes gave the illness its name: multiple sclerosis (MS).

The cause for multiple sclerosis was unknown – and remains so to this day. Scientists discuss whether MS might be triggered, among other things, by infections (such as herpes viruses) contracted during childhood or early youth, environmental or genetic factors.

Here are seven early signs of MS:

- Vision problems
- Numbness in the face, arms, legs, and fingers Chronic pain and involuntary muscle spasms
- Fatigue and weakness
- Balance problems and dizziness
- Bladder dysfunction
- Cognitive problems

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May 25, 2016
Bayer   Sustainability: Part of Our Corporate Strategy

To Bayer, sustainability basically means future viability and it forms an integral part of our business strategy. We are convinced that we can only achieve lasting commercial success if we balance economic growth with ecological and social responsibility.

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May 24, 2016


Bayer   Therapies for #MS Patients. Read the story about #Bayer employee Jackie Napier. #WorldMSDay 25, 2016
Bayer   Multiple sclerosis – Therapy improves the quality of life. #WorldMSDay #strongerthanMS 25, 2016

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Interim Report First Quarter 2016

Bayer started 2016 with earnings growth in all segments and confirms the forecast for the rest of the year. Find all facts in the latest quarterly report.

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