Multiple Sclerosis

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) is a nonprofit organization that was founded in New York City as the Association for Advancement of Research on Multiple Sclerosis on March 11, 1946 by Sylvia Lawry.

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Potential new drug treatment for multiple sclerosis

Removing zombie-like cells may help treat multiple sclerosis

First-of-Its-Kind Trial Gives New Hope For Treating Multiple Sclerosis

Blood Test Predicts Multiple Sclerosis Worsening up to Two Years in Advance

How inverse vaccines might tackle diseases like multiple sclerosis. Vaccines aimed at dampening the immune response could revolutionize the treatment of autoimmune diseases.

Vaccine that erases immune memory may help treat multiple sclerosis

New Vaccine Can Completely Reverse Autoimmune Diseases Like Multiple Sclerosis, Type 1 Diabetes, and Crohn’s Disease

Genetic marker discovered for the severity of multiple sclerosis

Genetic variant linked with faster progression of multiple sclerosis

What makes multiple sclerosis worse, and how to make it better

Genetic Breakthrough: What Makes Multiple Sclerosis Worse – And New Paths to Better Treatments

New Research May Explain How This Virus Can Cause Multiple Sclerosis in Some People

A backpack full of multiple sclerosis therapy

Multiple Sclerosis Drug Shows Promise Preventing Earliest Symptoms Of Degenerative Disease

Children at risk of multiple sclerosis often go undetected in early stages

Teenagers Beware: Poor Sleep Quality May Increase Risk of Multiple Sclerosis

Neuroscientists have discovered a potential way to disrupt the chronic inflammation responsible for multiple sclerosis

Poor Gut Health May Drive Multiple Sclerosis — But a Better Diet May Ease It

Diabetes Medications Linked to Multiple Sclerosis: New Study Uncovers Surprising Connection

Fetal stem cell treatment for multiple sclerosis shows promising signs