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sca2127

The Marginalization, Mental Health, and Empowerment Team at Teachers College, Columbia University is looking for individuals who would like to participate in a research study exploring the life experiences of individuals with Multiple Sclerosis. This survey should only take about 15-20 minutes. After reading… Read More

amandamichelle479

Hi! My name is Amanda, and my sister was diagnosed with MS several months ago. It took quite a while to receive the diagnosis and she was hospitalized several times. At one point, the doctors thought she had central nervous system lymphoma and they did a brain biopsy. She then went to the National… Read More

nursep
Fisetin*

Has anyone read the studies on Fisetin? And, is anyone currently taking Fisetin? If so, have you noticed any benefits or disadvantages to taking it? Just curious. I never take supplements, but the studies on this one with Alzheimers, ALS and neuronal protection had my interest. Read More

JodiBeth
Copaxone 3x a week

Woo Hoo!  The FDA has approved a 40 ml dose of copaxone that can be administered 3x a week vs 7x.  I called Copaxone (Shared Solutions) immediately and the ball is rolling to get my Neurologist to approve the new script.  The clinical studies showed that it was just as effective as the 3x a week protocol.  Now… Read More

donahola
Copaxone

I learned that I had MS 12 / 2013. Let's just say I was in shock and still am. I have been super healthy for 45 years and started having problems when I was running with my legs and feet going numb. When my Dr told me I would not gain the feeling in my legs back and I would have to start taking Meds everyday… Read More

MS_Navigators

We’re looking for feedback about the way we communicate research to you. Please click ‘reply’ to answer the following questions: How important is it to you to: Understand progress in research? Understand the most promising research on the horizon? Know exactly what projects the National MS Society is funding… Read More