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Australian researcher receives international funding

17th April, 2015

Victorian researcher, Professor Trevor Kilpatrick, has been awarded a research grant from the American National MS Society.

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Can disclosing a diagnosis of MS in the workplace make a difference?

15th April, 2015

Australian research has shown that, for many people with MS, disclosing their diagnosis to an employer may bring significant benefits to their working life.

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Specialised imaging technique may help clinical trials for repair in MS

8th April, 2015

Australian and Israeli researchers collaborate to develop a new technique to detect repair in MS clinical trials

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International MS researchers give insight into the new directions for progressive MS

25th March, 2015

Prominent MS researchers and clinicians from around the world have published a series in the Lancet Neurology discussing key hurdles and targets for research into progressive MS.

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Antibodies in the brain have a genetic origin: new international study

25th March, 2015

Researchers in a large international collaborative study have investigated whether genetics play a role in influencing antibody levels in the central nervous system in MS.

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Rehab for thinking skills may help with employment

25th March, 2015

A study published recently by Australian researchers has explored the complex relationship between thinking and memory ability and employment outcomes in people with MS.

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Using multiple medications may increase risk of falling for people with MS

25th March, 2015

A study by Australian and US researchers shows that the use of multiple medications can increase the risk of falls in people with MS

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Coordinating international collaboration in MS research

25th March, 2015

MS Research Australia’s Research Manager recently joined research staff from MS organisations around the world for an International Research Coordination Meeting in London

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Lemtrada available on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme from April 1st

25th March, 2015

The Australian government has today announced that new MS medication Lemtrada® (alemtuzumab) will be available on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) from 1st April 2015.

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Australian researchers develop new anti-inflammatory molecule that could help treat MS

18th March, 2015

Researchers at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute in Melbourne have developed a new molecule that blocks inflammation in a laboratory model of MS

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