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Walking across England to Kiss Goodbye to MS

23rd July, 2014

On Saturday 30 August, Mike and Katrina Hemingway will lead a team of 20 people in a walk across England to raise $150,000 for MS research and Kiss Goodbye to MS. Mike and Katrina have been tirelessly

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Keynote speaker at the annual MS Nurse meeting 'Maximising Success'

23rd July, 2014

At the recent annual MS Nurse meeting “Maximising Success” held in Sydney, Dr Matthew Miles, Chief Executive Officer, MS Research Australia was invited to attend as the keynote speaker. This

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Readership survey results

23rd July, 2014

Recently MS Research Australia conducted a readership survey to assess how well we were performing with our various communication publications and methods and invited comments for improvement. 

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Stem cells for neurological disease – workshopping a hot topic

23rd July, 2014

MS Research Australia recently partnered with the NSW Stem Cell Network to host a workshop on Stem cells in MS and Neurological Disease with the aim of stimulating learning, discussion and collaboration

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A new approach to improve balance

23rd July, 2014

Professor Souyma Ghosh has been awarded an MS Research Australia Incubator Grant with funding support from MS WA, to investigate the potential of an interesting new approach that combines computer aided

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Damage to visual nerve fibres associated with MS lesions

22nd July, 2014

A new study from Australian researchers has identified a relationship between thinning of the layer of nerve cells in the retina, and lesions occurring deeper in the visual pathway of the brain.

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Nanofibre technology may speed search for drugs to repair myelin in MS

17th July, 2014

International researchers have developed nanofibre technology to enable mass screening for myelin repair drugs, and first use has identified promising candidates

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Stem Cell Statement 2014

15th July, 2014

MS Research Australia statement regarding the current status of stem cell treatments in MS

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Other factors may affect the relationship between smoking and MS risk

9th July, 2014

Two new studies from Australian researchers have found that the association between smoking and increased risk of MS may be affected by other environmental factors.

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New clues to immune cell control in MS

27th June, 2014

MS Research Australia Proteomics Platform has yielded important new information about proteins that control the activity of immune cells in a laboratory model of MS

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