MS affects people all over the world. MS registries are one of the many advances in MS research that are bringing us closer as a global MS community and closer to ending MS.
This year marked the 50th anniversary of the MS International Federation, giving us a valuable opportunity to celebrate shared successes and renew our commitment to work together to achieve a world without MS.
New evidence of potential role of gut bacteria in MS
More than 100 staff, volunteers, and people with and affected by MS from 39 countries gathered in London in September for the MSIF Movement’s 50th Anniversary meetings.
New film project from the German MS Society (DMSG) featuring people with MS to air on German television
“Planbaby bei MS” offers support and advice on starting a family to young adults with MS
App uses scientifically designed exercises to improve memory and concentration
A German study shows that exclusive breastfeeding does not increase the risk of relapse after childbirth
OCT may be a good way to monitor the efficacy of both immunoprotective and neuroprotective therapies
DMSG’s training programme aims to help people with MS improve cognition functions
The Alliance has been joined by four MS International Federation member organisations
The MS International Federation draws on the expertise of its members, people with MS and others
Winners of the James D. Wolfensohn Award come from all over the world
The second World MS Day took place in 2010 with the theme 'Employment'
The award is given for the best presentation of a translational project by a young researcher
The conference was the first joint event for RIMS and EMSP