Burgers to Beat MS

The MS Society of Canada’s Burgers to Beat MS campaign raises over $2 million for MS. Find out what they learned along the way.

Signs of MS may start five years before diagnosis

Canadian research shows people with MS are more likely than the general population to visit a doctor or hospital in the years leading up to an MS diagnosis.

People with MS who have additional health conditions are more likely to experience relapses

Canadian study finds people with MS who have additional health conditions face a greater risk of having a relapse than those without other diseases.

Study shows taking MS medications as directed is better for overall health

Canadian research reveals the positive effects of taking MS medications as prescribed on a person's general health

Disappointing results from CCSVI treatment trial

Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI) describes a potential reduction in blood flow in the major veins that drain blood from the brain and spinal cord over a prolonged period.

Stem cell treatment halts MS progression

Rebooting immune system provides long term relief for aggressive relapsing MS in Canadian study

Canadian MS Society meets 75 MPs in 2 days

MS Society of Canada working hard to educate decision makers on MS

Sex-specific differences in comorbid conditions in MS

Researchers find men with MS experience more chronic health problems at the time of diagnosis

Global MS research fellowships

A selection of fellowships and grants that MSIF members and partners offer to MS researchers around the world

Vanessa’s story

Along with five friends, Vanessa spent the last few days of 2015 climbing Kilimanjaro for the MS cause