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MS research has never been more exciting.

The momentum is building and we won't give up until we've stopped MS for good. Find out about the discoveries being made by our researchers.

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Get the latest research news

Read about the latest MS research breakthroughs.

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Go behind the headlines with insights from our scientists and research team.
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How are treatments developed?

It takes time to go from a scientific idea to a new treatment. Find out about the steps involved and why they are important.
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What is good research?

Not all research is equal. Find out what good research looks like.
What good research involves
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Areas of research

MS research has never been more exciting. From genetics to vitamin D explore our areas of research here.
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Explore treatments in trials

We're really close to finding new MS treatments.
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The next research breakthrough is in reach

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