MS Clinical Trials Made Easy with MSAA and Antidote

MSAA is pleased to announce that through a partnership with Antidote, a digital health company, we are now offering a clinical trial search tool on our website that will make learning about and connecting with MS clinical trials easier than ever.

While we remain dedicated to improving lives in the MS community through vital services and support, MSAA recognizes the value of having access to clinical trial information, providing important answers to researchers. This is why we encourage you to try Antidote’s clinical trial search tool.

Although some may be familiar with the purpose of clinical trials, others may not know or understand the benefits of these studies. Clinical trials are scientific studies that test the safety and effectiveness of new treatments for diseases, including MS. They often use patient participants; are conducted by universities, MS clinics, and neurologists; and must follow FDA-approved protocol so that all treatment is provided and all data is collected uniformly. No drug can be approved by the FDA until there is clinical trial proof of their safety and effectiveness.

The major advances in the treatment of MS in the last 15-20 years have only been because of data provided through clinical trials, which is why these studies remain so significant for MS research.

You can start searching for clinical trials for you or your loved one right now on our website. Click here to begin.

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MSAA’s MS Research Update

MSAA's Research Update 2013MSAA’s MS Research Update is a comprehensive overview of research findings on the FDA-approved disease-modifying therapies, as well as many experimental treatments.

This 2013 edition of MSAA’s MS Research Update is the first to be printed as a stand-alone issue, reflecting the diversity and scope of research progress in MS. This information is based on a wide range of sources, including the extensive journal literature on MS and its management, a review of ongoing clinical trials, and papers presented at major national and international conferences.

Read MSAA’s latest MS Research Update.

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