Making progress against MS progression

28 May 2024

Researchers have developed drugs that improve the outlook for millions of patients.

New insights into what makes multiple sclerosis worse and how to make it better

Published: 28 June 2023

Scientists identify the first genetic marker for MS severity, opening the door to treatments for long-term disability ...

Finding the light

13 Jul 2023

Seven years ago, after a week of unbearable migraines, Brett Murphy was lying in a hospital bed seeing the world in blurry black and white.

Portaging for MS research

18 Oct 2021

Félix Jasmin translated his lifelong love of canoeing and the outdoors into an ambitious fundraising challenge, one that has raised over half a million dollars to fight multiple sclerosis.

New frontiers in MS research

7 May 2021

Patients are the key to the success of new projects at The Neuro that could greatly help in treating multiple sclerosis and understanding its cause.

On the hunt for white matter diseases

30 Sep 2020

While some neurological patients fit a typical disease profile, others are harder to define. Dr. Roberta La Piana is building a database of patients with genetic leukoencephalopathies.

MS Month feature: studying a mysterious brain cell

29 May 2020

Newest member of The Neuro’s MS research team is taking a unique approach.

May 2016 - Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month

Published: 2 May 2016

May 2016 - Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month...

Gaming camera could aid MS treatment

Published: 15 August 2016

3D depth-sensing camera shown to measure walking difficulties...

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