Research

Studies to stop MS, restore function and end MS forever.

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Stem cells: What we know

Your questions on stem cell treatments answered.

Do lifestyle choices affect MS?

There are several lifestyle changes individuals can make to lessen the risk of progression.

Forging new pathways in the brain

Teach your brain new tricks.

Demystifying MRIs

Learn how MRIs work and what they can tell us.

Expanding our reach

Three Society fellows describe their passions and their projects.

Drs. Laura Balcer, Peter Calabresi and Elliot Frohman.

Pioneers in neuro-ophthalmology

An optical imaging technique may provide valuable information about MS progression and the effectiveness of… Read More

New focus on pediatric MS

More information about pediatric MS leads to better school and health services for children with… Read More

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The NOW MS Research campaign makes history as it nears its goal

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s groundbreaking $250 million No Opportunity Wasted (NOW) campaign has launched… Read More

Finding biomarkers of MS

Cutting-edge research looks for telltale substances that can provide a wealth of information for diagnosis… Read More

Are you getting quality sleep?

Identifying and treating sleep disorders may alleviate MS-related fatigue and improve quality of life.

Dwight Bergles and lab team

Mysterious cells

Barancik winner’s discoveries upend assumptions about MS and the brain.

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Hope on the horizon

International collaboration accelerates the development of effective treatments for progressive MS.

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High-tech walking help

Robotic exoskeleton exercise improves walking ability and thinking speed

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Moving to the beat

Music therapy helps people with MS who have difficulty walking.

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Wearable sensors

Technology can be used to detect progression in MS.

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Exercise minimizes MS symptoms, preserves brainpower

Study shows exercise may improve learning and memory.

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