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Updates on the next PBAC meeting: modified interferon beta being considered, and Lemtrada resubmission

16th September, 2014

A modified version of Interferon-beta1a, recently approved for the treatment of relapsing remitting MS by both the European Medicines Agency and the USA Food and Drug Authority, is currently being

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First research studies launched in 9 countries as part of €22 million global effort to End Progressive MS

12th September, 2014

International Progressive MS Alliance established as worldwide collaborative with goal to find solutions and treatments for progressive MS The International Progressive MS Alliance has awarded its first

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Australia becomes first country in Southern Hemisphere to join ambitious global MS research alliance

12th September, 2014

MS Research Australia has joined MS organisations in the USA, UK, Italy, Denmark, Spain and Canada in a global alliance to end progressive MS

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MS Research Australia joins the fight to change the lives of millions

12th September, 2014

MS Research Australia has joined the USA, UK, Italy, Denmark, Spain and Canada in a global alliance to end progressive MS.

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Studying new methods to prevent disease progression

12th September, 2014

A team at Monash University in Melbourne are making great progress exploring novel methods for preventing the degeneration of myelin and nerve fibres in MS. This work has important implications for

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Our world-first vitamin D trial update

12th September, 2014

Over the last decade MS Research Australia has supported several important Australian studies that have contributed to the considerable body of evidence that vitamin D deficiency is associated with

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A better window into the brain

12th September, 2014

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scans of brain and spinal cord perform a vital role in the diagnosis and care of people with MS. However, earlier diagnosis, treatment decisions, clinical trials for

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Understanding spinal cord lesions in progressive MS

12th September, 2014

An article published in the international journal Glia gives new insight into the structure of lesions in the spinal cords of people with progressive MS. Researchers from the Lyon Neuroscience Research

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MS Research Australia becomes a key health and medical research partner

12th September, 2014

Research Australia is an alliance of 160 members and supporters advocating for health and medical research in Australia. Independent of government, Research Australia’s activities are funded by its

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Development and Events Manager at MS Research Australia

12th September, 2014

Mandy Lee has been working in fundraising and event management in the not for profit sector for over 12 years, with the last five at MS Research Australia. Prior to coming to Australia, Mandy worked in

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