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eNews January 2011 - National MS Society
Progress and next steps in MS repair

Watch the webcastSociety-sponsored meeting focuses on new approaches

On January 11, Dr. Timothy Coetzee, the Society’s Chief Research Officer, moderated a panel of experts during a live webcast, "Repairing the Nervous System in MS: Progress and Next Steps." The panel accompanied a two-day, Society-sponsored meeting of 60 researchers from five countries investigating repair and protection of nerve cells in MS.

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Dr. Timothy Coetzee

Dr. Timothy Coetzee, Society’s new Chief Research Officer


 2011-2015 Strategic Response

The Society’s 2011-15 Goals


Join Phil Keoghan for “The Ride”Join Phil Keoghan for "The Ride" 
Phil Keoghan, host of "The Amazing Race," is touring the country introducing "The Ride," a documentary about his amazing feat: In just 40 days he biked from LA to NYC, raising MS awareness and $500,000 for the movement.

Check for shows in your area and buy tickets.


A year of pivotal progress in MS research A year of pivotal progress in MS research

Progress was made in virtually every area of MS research in 2010, including FDA approvals of the first oral disease-modifying therapy and the first drug specifically approved to treat an MS symptom. In 2010 the Society provided $36 million to support 325 new and ongoing research projects. Take a look at some of the
major milestones of a truly historic year.

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More MS News 
Dec 21: Investigators recruiting for study of less frequent dosing of glatiramer acetate

Dec 15: Pediatric Centers of Excellence publish findings on children with MS

Read more about these and other recent reports

This communication is partially sponsored through the generous support of Bayer HealthCare,
Biogen Idec, Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation, and Teva Neuroscience, Inc.

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