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Newest MS research that inspires us

Highlights from the National MS Society’s 2022 Leadership Conference: “A Cure Is Everything”

Diets for MS

Diets for MS

How different food plans could affect your disease

Fighting fatigue

Researchers are studying various treatments and ways to manage this common MS symptom.

Worldwide influence

Dystel prize winner is the driving force behind a renowned center dedicated to MS research,… Read More

Complex link

Studies show Epstein-Barr virus as a major risk factor for MS.

MS prevalence similar in Black and white people

A new study refutes the once-held belief that MS is a disease that primarily affects… Read More

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Not feeling motivated?

Study shows how pervasive — and problematic — apathy can be among people with MS.

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Varied response

Barancik Prize winner focuses on how different treatments affect people with MS.

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Pathways to cures

New initiative focuses on research to stop, restore and end MS.

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Stop, restore and end MS

Learn more about the researchers working to stop MS, restore function and end the disease.

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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.

Society invests $28 million in new research

Learn about the latest projects being supported by Society funding.

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Making exercise accessible

Can people with MS who work out at home stay motivated—and get fit?

A genetic sleuth: Dr. Philip De Jager

A prize-winning researcher is looking for signs of disease before it develops.

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