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To move toward a world free of MS, the National MS Society provides grant funding, tools and information resources to support the brightest scientists and physicians exploring questions with the goal of stopping MS, restoring function, and ending MS forever. We offer a spectrum of funding opportunities and other resources to support MS investigators at virtually every stage of their careers.

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Diagnosis & Management Healthcare Professional App

Download this unique, FREE tool and resource that provides important information about the diagnosis and management of multiple sclerosis for practicing clinicians. The App is a concise compilation of current, easy-to-reference, evidence-based information that you can access at no charge as an Apple, Droid and Windows "App".

App production made possible by Allergan, Bayer HealthCare, Novartis and Questcor Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

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Funding Opportunity in Illinois: Apply by March 18

The National MS Society is pleased to announce a research initiative designed to accelerate research focused on understanding the pathways leading to damage and repair of the nervous system and rehabilitation in MS in the state of Illinois. Download the RFA for more information, and apply online.

DEADLINE: March 18, 2015

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Online Forum for MS Researchers

The MS Discovery Forum offers MS researchers original news coverage of primary research articles/conferences, a drug-pipeline database, ways to connect, and much more.

MS Discovery Forum

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Understanding and ending MS can’t come fast enough – it will take all of us working together. It’s easy to be a champion for MS Research – join us and proudly let everyone know that you’re helping to lead the MS Research Revolution.

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