Giancarlo Comi wins Charcot Award

24th February 2015

The Charcot Award recognises a lifetime of achievement in MS research

UN looks past 2015

18th February 2015

The post-2015 development agenda will be launched in New York in September 2015

We’re hiring!

18th February 2015

The MS International Federation is recruiting for a Head of Information & Communications to join our team based in London.

Physiotherapy to reduce fatigue and improve balance

16th February 2015

Processing information from different sensory systems can stabilize the body’s centre-of-gravity and so prevent falls

Radiologically isolated syndrome can help us understand MS

16th February 2015

Study shows that that in RIS subjects there is less damage to white matter than in people with MS

Progressive MS Alliance seeks lay members for Scientific Steering Committee

16th February 2015

Three people needed to help shape the work of the Alliance

Different activation of the immune system in types of MS

13th February 2015

Relapsing-remitting and secondary progressive MS have differing cytokine levels and activity

Changes in thalamus as a measure of progression in MS

13th February 2015

Study supports a link between the development of grey matter disease and a progressive MS phenotype

Spinal cord and retinal abnormalities correlate with disability

13th February 2015

Study supports the view that tissue injury mechanisms of MS differ by type of MS

Hematopoietic stem cell treatment in MS

13th February 2015

Study shows improvement in neurological disability and other clinical outcomes

Independence is top concern as people age with MS

3rd February 2015

Nearly 2,000 people took part in the 2014 MS in focus online survey on ageing with MS

MS in focus on ageing

3rd February 2015

The final issue of MS in focus in the current format is now available to download in Arabic, English, French and Spanish