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Biotech company announces the completion of second clinical trial for novel progressive MS therapy

22nd April, 2017

In one week, there have been two separate announcements about clinical trials for novel progressive MS therapies.

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Australian funded study may pave the way for a new progressive MS treatment

21st April, 2017

Preliminary results from an early trial of a novel treatment for progressive MS shows promise.

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Translating science into action

21st April, 2017

It is a long and torturous road from the “eureka moment” in the lab to a meaningful clinical intervention

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Collaborative network grants unite global researchers in the fight against primary and secondary progressive MS

21st April, 2017

This is our third and final article, showcasing the excellent scientists that have successfully secured large network grants from the International Progressive MS Alliance.

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$500,000 raised by Sarah and Millie Horton

21st April, 2017

Millie and Sarah’s passion and determination is infectious, and on April 1, 2017 they held the Kiss Goodbye to MS Charity Ball which raised just over $500,000 NET for research into MS.

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Lifestyle Check: fat and MS

21st April, 2017

The amount and type of fats in your body and blood could help predict the progression of your MS, even after a single incidence of the disease.

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Live from London - Impact measurement in MS

19th April, 2017

For more than half a decade, many charities throughout the world have been busily toying with the best ways to measure their impact and benchmarking the impact they are having. Because as the saying goes

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The immune system a potential “Frenemy” of myelin

31st March, 2017

New research suggests that the immune system, normally, the villain in MS may also paradoxically help repair damage to myelin

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FDA approves Ocrelizumab for relapsing-remitting and primary progressive MS

30th March, 2017

New MS medication Ocrevus™ (ocrelizumab) has been approved for use in the USA. Australian TGA review still pending

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Clinical trials in MS that you should know about

29th March, 2017

By combining forces, scientists and people with MS can achieve more. You can get involved in MS research in many ways and our MS Trials website can show you how

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