To stop MS, we need treatments that repair damage to the protective myelin coating around nerves.
News on one of the first trials looking at remyelination as a treatment for MS. See the results of a phase 2 clinical trial testing the safety and efficacy of opicinumab.
Myelin production is shown to be promoted by a method known as repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation
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.
Scientists have used 3D printing to create a model that could be used to aid MS drug discovery.
Anti-histamine drug clemastine may boost myelin repair in MS