Research

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

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A decade of MS breakthroughs

Barancik Prize winners continue their work to find a cure for MS.

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The brains behind MS research

Tissue donation helps pave the way to a cure.

Exploring MS origins

2023 Dystel Prize winner focuses on how the immune system could fight off the disease

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Providers work to improve care for trans people

Healthcare experts see need for expanded knowledge and experience in treatment

Managing multiple medications

People with MS often have more than five prescriptions, which can lead to problems.

Connecting the dots

Barancik winner’s work targets multiple diseases to improve treatment and outcomes of people with MS.

Bright minds

National MS Society fellows lead cutting-edge research, diagnosis and treatment focused on multiple sclerosis.

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Women shaping the landscape of MS

Research and clinical fellows work to change what it means to live with MS.

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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

Weight training

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Underlying mechanisms

Dystel Prize winner focuses on immune responses that drive MS.

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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