Biomarkers of spinal cord injury

16th March 2015

Blood neurofilament concentrations could be used to quantify the severity of spinal cord lesions in MS

Future MS treatments

16th March 2015

Ethyl pyruvate and dimethyl fumarate both have a number of anti-inflammatory effects relevant to MS

Cervical cord damage and disability in MS

16th March 2015

Cord lesion load and spinal cord atrophy may contribute to disability in people with progressive MS

Infections and MS: new evidence

16th March 2015

Study finds helicobacter pylori infection is associated with a reduction of risk of MS in women

Vitamin D and neural stem cells

16th March 2015

Study shows vitamin D affects central nervous system development and differentiation

Improving quality of life for people with MS

16th March 2015

Training programme led to significant improvements in manual dexterity

Paid internships for people with MS

4th March 2015

Believe and Achieve is a programme of paid internships for young people with MS

Magyar SM Társaság hosts two-day workshop

4th March 2015

‘Make your voice heard’ addressed the challenges faced by MS organisations in Central and Eastern Europe

Kuwaiti MS Association organises first Gulf forum

4th March 2015

Forum agrees to set up the Gulf Union for People with MS

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

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