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Ten years of accelerating MS research

26th November, 2014

  On Thursday 13 November, the scientific, political, corporate and MS community came together for a very special event to mark the 10th anniversary of MS Research Australia. Approximately 350

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Pan-Asian 2014 MS conference a great success

26th November, 2014

The 2014 annual meeting of the Pan-Asian Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (PACTRIMS) was held in Taipei, Taiwan in early November. There was an excellent Australian presence at

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Antibodies can help with a diagnosis

26th November, 2014

Researchers from the University of Sydney and the Kid’s Research Institute at The Children’s Hospital Westmead are making rapid progress furthering our understanding of demyelinating disorders

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MS Research Australia presents to international MS audience

26th November, 2014

The Multiple Sclerosis International Federation (MSIF) Chairman, Weyman Johnson Jr. and CEO, Peer Baneke, invited the CEO of MS Research Australia, Dr Matthew Miles, to give key presentations at various

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The role of diet and gut bacteria in MS

26th November, 2014

There are many environmental factors thought to play a role in the development of MS. Increasingly, interest is turning to the role of bacteria residing in the intestines, which could potentially be an

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Awards for MS research advocates

25th November, 2014

MS Research Australia is proud to have nominated four very inspiring individuals for prestigious awards which recognise their tireless efforts for MS research and the MS community.

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No relationship between stressful life events and risk of MS

17th November, 2014

Danish researchers have found that major stressful life events such as bereavement and divorce do not increase the risk of developing MS

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MS may be linked with intestinal dysfunction

13th November, 2014

There is growing interest in the link between the gut and MS. Ongoing research has uncovered strong evidence for a disturbance of gut physiology underpinning autoimmune disorders such as inflammatory

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Research Australia Lifetime Achievement Award

6th November, 2014

MS Research Australia would like to congratulate Carol and Roy Langsford OAM, on being awarded the highly prestigious Research Australia 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award. The Research Australia Lifetime

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Vaccinations don’t increase risk of MS

3rd November, 2014

A new USA study has provided evidence that vaccinations are not associated with an increased risk of developing MS in the long term

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