Multiple Sclerosis Research News

September 29, 2023

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Inflammation is the sign that our body is defending itself against an aggression. But when this response escalates, for example in the brain, it can lead to serious neurological or psychiatric diseases. A team investigated a marker protein targeted ...
It has been known for several years that the diagnosis 'multiple sclerosis' conceals a whole range of different illnesses, each requiring customized treatment. Researchers have now described a possible new MS-like disease and explained how to ...
People who start taking medication soon after the first signs of multiple sclerosis (MS) may have a lower risk of disability later, according to a new ...
Two injectable therapies accounted for nearly 100 percent of medications for patients in 2001, but by 2020 that decreased to about 25 ...

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Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is almost always accompanied by fatigue, a massive tiredness that is described by the vast majority of patients as the most distressing symptom. In a recent scientific study, ...

A study has found that anti-hyperglycemic medications used to treat Type 2 diabetes resulted in an increased risk of multiple sclerosis for people older than 45, particularly among ...

Blood stem cell transplantation is a radical but highly effective therapy for multiple sclerosis. A study has now examined in detail the way in which the treatment curbs the autoimmune disease and ...

Sex differences in the aging brain may offer an enticing clue for developing more effective neuroprotective treatments, according to a new research ...

The drug tofacitinib was well tolerated among patients with early scleroderma, primarily affecting the protein interferon both in fibroblasts and keratinocytes. Researchers say the drug is safe and ...

Researchers demonstrate the relationship between the rate of cognitive fatigue in MS and microstructural brain changes. The findings promise to advance development of clinical interventions for ...


The zebrafish serves as a model organism for researchers around the world: it can be used to study important physiological processes that also take place in a similar form in the human body. It is ...

A new study suggests a simple blood test -- administered before CAR-T cell treatment is initiated -- may identify which patients are predisposed to developing neurotoxic side effects in the days and ...

Researchers have known people who live farther from the equator are more likely to develop multiple sclerosis (MS) and have often attributed that to vitamin D exposure. But countries farther from the ...

Quality of life is a measure of a person's level of comfort, health and happiness. For people with multiple sclerosis (MS), a new study has found there are specific factors that may affect a ...

Drugs called interferon betas are common treatments for multiple sclerosis (MS), reducing relapses and slowing motor function decline. Interferon beta, a protein known to contain a zinc binding ...

By increasing sensory input and promoting multisensory processing, virtual reality may increase the effectiveness of traditional cognitive rehabilitation and exercise training in individuals with MS, ...


Researchers have designed a targeted therapeutic treatment that restricts brain inflammation. The effectiveness of this approach in improving outcomes was demonstrated following brain injury, stroke ...

A research team has mapped out the development and genetic trajectory of previously understudied macrophages associated with the central nervous system. Among other things, the team found that ...

For patients suffering from multiple sclerosis (MS), becoming a mother is fraught with difficult questions: is it acceptable to continue disease modifying treatment during pregnancy and breastfeeding ...

Currently available therapies to treat multiple sclerosis (MS) lack precision and can lead to serious side effects. Researchers have now developed a method for identifying the immune cells involved ...

Researchers managed to reduce chronic inflammation associated with multiple sclerosis in mice thanks to the administration of a type of lipid that mediates ...

Researchers have found a way to supercharge immune cells that could enable them to clear disease and infections ...

The estimated cost of multiple sclerosis (MS) reached $85.4 billion in 2019 in the United States, according to a new report. In addition, when researchers compared people with MS to people without MS ...

A recent study has demonstrated efficacy for the behavioral intervention, EMOPRINT, for treating deficits of facial recognition in individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS). The study provides Class I ...

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