Ageing and MS in Australia

24th August 2016

The Aged Care/Disability Care interface

MS Summer camp: Feels like coming home

22nd August 2016

Summer camps can provide huge benefits to young people with MS

Running, biking and hiking for MS

17th August 2016

Sport and celebration help raise money for MS research

Safety and efficacy of siponimod for relapsing-remitting MS

8th August 2016

Siponimod study shows reduced MS activity and low relapse rates with no new safety concerns

The effect of salt intake on MS relapses in children

7th August 2016

Research in the USA finds no link between salt intake and time to relapse in children with MS

The role of gut microbes in multiple sclerosis

5th August 2016

Researchers find a link between MS and microbes living in the gut

Does season of birth contribute to the risk of developing MS in the UK?

4th August 2016

Researchers find that birth month affects the risk of MS in the UK

Good news for people with MS in Poland

28th July 2016

Polish authorities reimburse two disease modifying drugs

Practical employment resources in Ireland

27th July 2016

MS Ireland has launched new resources for people with MS and employers

MS Helpline celebrates 25 years of supporting people affected by MS in the UK

25th July 2016

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the UK MS Society’s helpline.

Effects of an immune system gene on MS subtypes and MRI

8th July 2016

HLA alleles are found to be associated with brain atrophy and a younger age of MS onset in women

A new gene target for progressive MS

7th July 2016

A mutation in a gene called NR1H3 could increase the risk of progressive MS