What’s New in MS Research – September 2018

In this Article Investigational Agent Slows Brain Shrinkage in Progressive MS Gilenya® Reduces Relapse Rate in Pediatric MS When It Comes to Remembering, Togetherness Helps Recognizing the Frequency – and Addressing the Impact – of Swallowing Problems in MS How Impact on Quality of Life Differs by Type of MS More Sun Early in Life […]

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In Memory of Robert Rapp

The entire staff at the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA), as well as many of MSAA’s corporate partners, are mourning the loss of our former Chief Operating Officer and treasured colleague, Robert “Bob” Rapp. Following a successful career in education and public service, Bob joined the staff of MSAA as Director of Services in […]

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FDA Accepts Application for Cladribine Tablets

EMD Serono, Inc. announced today that the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has accepted a New Drug Application (NDA) for Cladribine Tablets (an oral formulation of cladribine), an investigational treatment for relapsing forms of MS. Accepted by the European Commission in August 2017 and by Canada in December 2017, Cladribine is currently approved […]

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MSAA’s Publications Honored by the 30th Annual APEX Awards

The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA) is proud to announce that we have received two awards from the 30th Annual APEX Awards for Publication Excellence! These were given for MSAA’s informative booklet, Understanding Progression in MS, and for the Summer/Fall 2017 edition of The Motivator. MSAA was presented with an Award of Excellence in […]

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Research Highlights from the AAN and CMSC 2018 Annual Meetings

In this Article Disease-Modifying Therapies in the Research Pipeline Long-Term Efficacy and Safety of Approved DMTs Comparative Analyses of Approved DMTs New Diagnostic Testing Various Strategies for Wellness and Symptom Management, Physical Activity and Exercise, Vitamin D, and Reproductive-Health Topics Hot Topics in MS: Stem Cells, Lipoic Acid, Diet and MS, Obesity and MS, Gut […]

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