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Research Priorities Survey - great thanks to everyone who participated and spread the word

29th July, 2016

MS Research Australia recently completed the data collection phase of our research priority survey. The research priorities survey was designed to capture the views of the MS community in Australia and to

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Employment, how to make it work with MS

21st July, 2016

Encouraging results from a MS Research Australia funded pilot study reveals a novel way to help people with MS find meaningful employment.

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Research fellow unlocking new ways to boost myelin repair

21st July, 2016

The brain is able to repair the damage wrought by the immune system in the early stages of MS in a process known as remyelination. However, once a person enters the progressive stage of MS, this process

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Leadership in raising funds and awareness for MS research

21st July, 2016

MS Research Australia is very grateful to Gordon Cairns, who recently hosted a fundraising and awareness event for MS research in the Origin Energy boardroom in Sydney. Gordon is the Chairman of Origin

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AMSLS - going long and going strong

20th July, 2016

Over the last 15 years, the survey based Australian MS Longitudinal study has provided huge amounts of valuable data that has underpinned research and advocacy efforts for people with MS – learn more

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The Australian MS Longitudinal Study – what survey data can reveal

19th July, 2016

Interview with Associate Professor Ingrid Van der Mei - The Australian MS Longitudinal Study – new directions, and what survey data can tell us.

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FDA will review Primary Progressive MS treatment by the end of the year

30th June, 2016

Ocrelizumab a promising new therapy for both primary progressive and relapsing MS submitted for Australian approval and fast tracked in the US.

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New study confirms differences in gut bacteria in people with MS

30th June, 2016

A new study has confirmed that gut bacteria is different in people with MS but more work is needed to determine whether this is a cause or effect of MS

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Shining the light on how UV exposure protects against MS

22nd June, 2016

Sunshine makes most of us feel happier, but there appears to be greater benefits other than just making us feeling good. In moderation, sunlight appears to have health benefits. There is growing evidence

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Vitamin D MS Prevention Trial - Update

22nd June, 2016

MS Research Australia’s landmark PrevANZ vitamin D MS prevention trial is continuing to make steady progress, and has reached the exciting milestone of 100 patients enrolled in the trial towards our

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