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Treatment switching research shows that timing is important when changing therapies

10th April, 2014

Australian researchers working with the international MSBase database look at the effect of gaps between different treatments on the rate of relapse.

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Microparticle MIS416 shows promise in treating progressive MS in clinical trial

2nd April, 2014

A new microparticle MIS416, developed in New Zealand has shown promising results in the treatment of progressive MS.

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Are you interested in getting involved in research into MS?

25th March, 2014

Taking part in research studies into MS can be a rewarding and empowering experience. It can connect you with medical researchers, clinicians and allied health professionals who have a passionate interest

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Cholesterol drug may slow brain tissue loss in MS

19th March, 2014

UK researchers have published phase II trial results of cholesterol drug simvastatin showing that it may slow brain atrophy in secondary progressive MS

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Experimental oral MS treatment may slow brain volume loss

18th March, 2014

Results of a Phase III clinical trial for laquinimod, an experimental oral treatment for MS, shows slowing of brain volume loss (atrophy) but limited impact on relapses.

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Renewed funding for the NSW Multiple Sclerosis Clinical Trials and Research Network

11th March, 2014

NSW Office for Health and Medical Research announces renewed funding for the NSW Multiple Sclerosis Clinical Trials and Research Network

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NEXT 34 Newsletter - March Issue - Available Now

4th March, 2014

The MS Research Australia quarterly newsletter, NEXT is now available to view.

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Funding Announcement for 2014

3rd March, 2014

MS Research Australia is pleased to announce $1.537 million in new funding to begin this year, with eleven new grants to researchers around the country.

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Research Development Coordinator at MS Research Australia

3rd March, 2014

Dr Julia Morahan has a Bachelor of Medical Science from the University of Sydney and a PhD in Neurology and Genetics undertaken at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney.

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Tackling progressive MS

3rd March, 2014

A new 2014 MS Research Australia project grant holds particular promise for tackling the progressive forms of MS. This is an important area of research, since there are currently no treatment options for

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