Australian researchers have found that the electrical activity of nerve cells in the brain plays an important role in the growth of myelin. This laboratory discovery may lead to new interventions to promote myelin repair in MS.
Screening of almost 250 medications has identified clomipramine as a possible treatment for progressive MS.
Scientists have used 3D printing to create a model that could be used to aid MS drug discovery.
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New study shows eating a diet high in whole grains, fruit, vegetables and legumes may lead to less disability and depression, and less severe MS symptoms.
MSIF’s ‘Seven principles to improve quality of life with MS’, already available in English, Spanish, Arabic, and Italian, have now been translated into Greek.
Expert panel publishes revised criteria for MS diagnosis
Two recent scientific publications add further evidence that a simple eye test may offer a fast and easy way to monitor the progression of MS.
Singer Keiko joined young supporters of the Japan MS Society for a festive, awareness-raising event at an elementary school.
Czech MS organisation Union Roska marked its 25th anniversary with the Roskiáda Sports Games, a new sports event for people with MS
Canadian study finds people with MS who have additional health conditions face a greater risk of having a relapse than those without other diseases.