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Biomarkers for progression and repair in MS: the key to developing treatments for progressive forms of MS

10th December, 2013

Watch Dr Sharmilee Gnanapavan's presentation - Biomarkers for progression and repair in MS: the key to developing treatments for progressive forms of MS.

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MS Treatments in Australia: old, new and emerging and how can we better treat the symptoms of MS

10th December, 2013

Watch Professor Simon Broadley's presentation - MS Treatments in Australia: old, new and emerging and how can we better treat the symptoms of MS.

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Research shows that tuberculosis vaccine may help to prevent MS in people with first demyelinating event

6th December, 2013

Treatment with a vaccine for tuberculosis prevented people with clinically isolated syndrome converting to MS in new study.

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A Simple Eye Test May Help Track MS Progression

5th December, 2013

Researchers in Canberra have shown that pupil reaction time may provide a test to monitor disease progression in MS.

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Disclosing a diagnosis of MS in the workplace may improve job retention

2nd December, 2013

Unemployment rates for people with MS are disproportionately high in comparison to other chronic diseases. Australian researchers have now shown that disclosing a diagnosis of MS in the workplace is, on

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NEXT 33 - A word from our Chief Executive Officer

2nd December, 2013

MS Research Australia has had a busy and exciting few months, with recent scientific discoveries, Commonwealth grant success for MS researchers, the listing of two oral MS medications onto the

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Research Development Manager at MS Research Australia

2nd December, 2013

Dr Lisa Melton has a BSc Hons in Biochemistry and Physiology from the University of Sheffield and a PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK. Following her PhD she completed post

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New Australian research uncovers links between genetics, vitamin D and response to treatment

2nd December, 2013

Recent Australian research conducted as part of the international effort, identified 48 previously unknown genes that affect the risk of developing MS, taking the total number to 110. This landmark paper

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Phase IV Clinical Trials tracking new medicines

2nd December, 2013

Clinical research does not end with the completion of the phase III clinical trials required for the registration and availability of a new drug by prescription. Phase IV clinical trials take place after

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Can you help us Kiss Goodbye to MS in 2014?

2nd December, 2013

Getting involved in fundraising is a great way for people with MS, their friends and families to fight back against MS and provide hope for those affected. The 2014 Kiss Goodbye to MS campaign is coming

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