Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) as a possible biomarker in MS

2nd October 2015

A recent study suggests OCT could be used as an indicator of neuronal damage in MS

Further evidence for a brain region involved in fatigue in MS

29th September 2015

Research shows that certain brain structures involved in effort-reward functions play a role in fatigue in MS

Improving walking with nabiximols: new findings

25th September 2015

A study to assess whether nabiximols could be used to improve walking in people with MS

Delaying the development of secondary progressive MS

22nd September 2015

Recovery from early relapses can potentially delay or prevent onset of progressive MS

Take part in the global MS employment survey

17th September 2015

If you have MS or care for someone who has MS, we need you!

Wolfensohn Award 2015

16th September 2015

Ahmed Darwish from Egypt has won the 2015 James D. Wolfensohn Award

Cycling the Tour de France Mountains to end MS

14th September 2015

Brave cyclists take on the Tour de France route

MS Force in Portugal

9th September 2015

'EM Força' is about raising funds and awareness through running

The National MS Society joins forces with the MS Society of Bermuda

13th August 2015

Working together to support healthcare professionals and people affected my MS in Bermuda

Uninterrupted – personal stories about the realities of MS

11th August 2015

MS Australia launches a new blogging platform for people affected by MS

MS Frontiers 2015: Research Roundup

7th August 2015

Some of the highlights from the UK MS Society's research conference with a focus on progression

Official launch of the New Zealand Multiple Sclerosis Research Trust

4th August 2015

A trust has launched in New Zealand to fund research to improve the lives of people with MS