Read All About It: MSAA’s Newest Publications

Recently, the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America proudly published two new publications: the Winter/Spring 2018 Edition of The Motivator, and the 2018 MS Research Update.

This newest edition of The Motivator features the cover story, “Finding Direction When Newly Diagnosed,” which covers a range of topics including MS basics, treatment options, employment issues, government programs, and more.

The 2018 MS Research Update provides a comprehensive overview of study results on many of the approved and experimental disease-modifying therapies for MS, as well as highlights on new directions in MS research.

Read excerpts from these two publications here:

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The 2016 MS Research Update Available Now From MSAA

The 2016 edition of MSAA’s MS Research Update provides a comprehensive overview of research findings on many experimental drugs currently under investigation for the long-term treatment of multiple sclerosis. Also included are new clinical trial data on some of the currently approved disease-modifying therapies, as well as directions for future research in areas such as stem-cell research, biomarkers, genetic studies, and gut microbiota.

Research Update 2016

In addition to the exciting research aimed at relapsing forms of MS, several studies are also looking into the treatment of progressive forms of MS. To assist individuals interested in learning more, trials with progressive forms of MS have been highlighted in bold for quick identification.

This year’s MS Research Update has been published jointly by the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA), the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC), and the International Organization of MS Nurses (IOMSN). MSAA greatly appreciates the support from the CMSC and IOMSN to assist with the production of this publication.

Read MSAA’s latest MS Research Update here

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MSAA’s MS Research Update Now Available

Research_Update_2015_email_BUTTON1The 2015 edition of MSAA’s MS Research Update provides a comprehensive overview of research findings on FDA-approved disease-modifying therapies, as well as study results on many experimental treatments currently under investigation. This update also presents directions for future research in areas such as stem-cell research, biomarkers, genetic studies, and more.

In addition to the exciting research aimed at relapsing forms of MS, several studies are also looking into the treatment of progressive forms of MS. To assist individuals interested in learning more, trials with progressive forms of MS have been highlighted in bold for quick identification.

Read MSAA’s latest MS Research Update here.

 

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