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The regulatory agency’s Letter of Support will stimulate more studies that advance development and validation of the biomarker ‘neurofilament light chain’
Professor Thompson wins the 2021 lifetime achievement award for outstanding research into the understanding and treatment of MS
In time for World MS Day, €1,425,000 has been awarded to help identify new therapeutic targets in progressive MS
A first-of-its-kind global research network funded by the International Progressive MS Alliance aims to develop new, effective treatments for progressive MS.
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The use of neurofilament light chain (NfL) as a biomarker could revolutionise clinical trials in progressive MS.
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New research funded by the International Progressive MS Alliance looks at ways that nerve fibres protect themselves from damage.
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The results of the MS-SMART trial, an innovative trial testing multiple drugs at the same time, have ruled out three repurposed drugs for the treatment of progressive MS.
A treatment that blocks a type of protein that accumulates in the brain was able to reduce inflammation and damage to nerves in laboratory models of MS.
Researchers, clinicians and people living with MS, from around the world converged on the city of Toronto in Canada for the 3rd Congress of the International Progressive MS Alliance.
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.
A meeting of minds took place at the recent International Progressive MS Alliance event in London
Matthew Miles, Chief Executive of MS Research Australia, shared insights on how technology is revolutionising research, treatment, diagnosis, and more