January 26, 2015

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MS treatment research

Scientists are investigating other solutions to the problems posed by MS. Research is currently focusing on:

  • the role of ambient sunlight and MS relapse rates
  • an antibody that stimulates myelin repair
  • stem cells that may promote myelin repair
  • the role of Epstein-Barr virus in MS
  • oral medications for MS becoming available in the near future
  • the role of a condition called CCSVI (chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency) in MS

To learn more about MS research, contact your local MS society or talk to your doctor.

MS Treatment Check-Up

Are you currently being treated for MS?

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It might be time to talk to your neurologist. Complete this tool to find out about the next steps in managing your condition.

Have you spoken to your neurologist recently about your condition?

Complete the MS Doctor Discussion Guide to find out some common issues you may want to talk to your doctor about.

Don't forget to bring the summary with you.



You've finished your treatment check-up. Click below to get your results!

Based on your answers, it may be time to discuss optimal treatment with your neurologist.
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What next?

1. Bring these results to your appointment:

2. Use the Doctor Discussion Guide to help you organize your questions and information for the doctor. Bring your results to your appointment.

3. Learn more about how to get the most from your treatment:

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