F.A.Q. About Society- Funded MS Research
This section answers frequently asked questions about Society-funded MS research. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society was founded in 1946 to end the devastating effects of MS by aiding individuals with the disease and by propelling the search for a cure. The Society carries out its research mission by providing financial support to the brightest scientists and physicians exploring questions underlying MS, and by attracting and training promising young investigators to carry on this vital work. The National MS Society has laid a foundation of basic and clinical knowledge upon which virtually all advancements are built, and has planted the seeds for tomorrow’s breakthroughs.
Last updated April 2006