Exploring the hidden symptoms of MS
Hidden delves deep into the true impact of the symptoms of MS that are difficult to see at first glance.more
Explore how the patient pathway for people living with relapsing MS has changed over the past 20 years.more
The underlying biology of multiple sclerosis is similar for everyone, but its course and symptoms vary from person to person. Explore the similarities and differences between two forms of MS.more
Felix, who lives with relapsing MS and Craig, who lives with primary progressive MS, talk about the impact of the disease on their daily lives.more
Dr. Jerome de Seze, explains how recent clinical advances mean more and more people are being diagnosed with PPMS.more
Dr. de Seze and Craig Milverton, who lives with primary progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS), share their experiences managing and living with this form of MS.more
French visual artist, Dorothy Shoes, talks about her life and how MS inspires her work.more
Sharing my story on maintaining independence while living with multiple sclerosis.more
At 29, I was ready to start the next chapter in my life with my fiancé. Little did I know that the new chapter was not as a healthy, happily married man.more
Jeanne shares her perspective on life with PPMS and the adaptions she has embraced to maintain her independence.
Jennifer shares her perspective on life with PPMS and how gives back to the MS community.
Progressive MS Day on March 28 was created to show support, offer education, and call for more research to advance care and reduce disability for those with the most debilitating forms of MS.
Understanding disability progression and the importance of supporting people to live their best lives.
Learn how the two types of inflammation in MS contributes to disease progression and how it can impact a person’s life.
How challenging the status quo led to the discovery of the B cell as a new target in MS.more
Learn about underlying disease activity and ways to reduce future irreversible disability
How Roche is paving the way for better understanding of MS disease progression and monitoring.more
Dr. Traboulsee, University of British Columbia in Vancouver, discusses the importance of brain health and early treatment for people with multiple sclerosis.more
Learn how B cells in the immune system turn against the central nervous system in MS
Recent clinical evidence suggests that B cells contribute to both the inflammatory and neurodegenerative aspects of the disease.more
Learn how the central nervous system malfunctions in MS