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MS Research

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the latest news on Canadian MS research.

MS Research

delivers exciting updates on advancements in the field, stories

from the MS research community and profiles on world-leading MS

researchers.

In the latest issue, find out how translational research takes us from early discoveries to treatments that work for people living with MS — and so much more!

Read the Spring/Summer 2018 Issue

Previous Issues

2018
  • Spring/Summer 2018
2017
  • Fall/Winter 2017
  • Spring/Summer 2017
2016
  • Fall/Winter 2016
  • Spring/Summer 2016
2015
  • Fall/Winter 2015
  • Spring/Summer 2015
2014
  • Fall/Winter 2014
  • Spring/Summer 2014

Progress Report

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Don’t miss the new issue of the Progress Report, the MS Society of Canada’s biannual newsletter, where you can find the latest information about the innovative research that your support makes possible.

In our latest edition of Progress Report, you’ll discover:

   • How Dr. Banwell and her research team are revealing vital information about childhood MS and moving us closer to understanding MS genetics

   • Exciting news about Roche Canada’s recent investment in our CANadian PROspective COhort Study (CanProCo) — a vital study to help us better understand MS progression

   • How Dr. Gommerman is developing new treatments for secondary progressive MS (SPMS) by examining the immune and central nervous system

   • The inspiring story of Heidi, who was diagnosed with MS at age 12 and is now using her experience to bring the MS community and scientist together

   • And much more!

Read the Fall 2019 Issue now


Previous Issues

2019

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2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

Research in Action

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Research in Action is a bulletin aimed to deliver the latest news on MS research taking place in communities across Canada, and around 

the world. In addition to breaking news, Research in Action will highlight the latest MS Updates, blog posts from Vice-President, Research 

Dr. Karen Lee, profiles of researchers and research volunteers, and important upcoming events in MS research.

To subscribe to Research in Action, click here and enter your email address where it says "Stay Updated".




Read the June 2019 Issue

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