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Clinical Trials In Your Area

Interested in clinical trials? Simply search by state, type of MS or keyword and see what’s going on in your area.

  1. Clinical Trial: Vitamin D supplementation

    Comparing the effectiveness of the current recommended amount of vitamin D supplementation versus high dose vitamin D supplementation at reducing MS disease activity, when added to standard therapy with glatiramer acetate (Copaxone®, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries) in peop...
  2. Clinical Trial: Computerized Cognitive Exercise Training

    Comparing two different computer-based cognitive training programs in people with all types of MS and CIS in a 12-week study, to determine effects on compliance, performance on study tasks and neuropsychological measures, quality of life and functional status. Compensation...
  3. Investigators Seeking Tissue Samples Previously Obtained from People with MS and Similar Diseases

    In order to discover the triggers of MS, National MS Society-funded investigators at the University of Utah are seeking to collect existing brain biopsy tissue from individuals nationwide who underwent a brain biopsy to diagnose an episode of “acute demyelinating disease,...
  4. Clinical Trial: Exercise research study involving balance and eye movement training

    You may be eligible to participate if you: • have MS • experience some level of MS fatigue AND/OR some level of balance problems • are able to walk at least a city block (328 feet) with or without the help of a cane Research Study Involvement: • All el...
  5. Clinical Trial: Extended-Release Baclofen

    A study to determine the effectiveness of extended-release baclofen capsules in relieving spasticity and symptoms related to MS. 
  6. Clinical Trial: Extended-Release Baclofen (1)

    A research study to evaluate the duration of action of Baclofen ER capsules in subjects with spasticity due to multiple sclerosis.
  7. Clinical Trial: Memory retraining

    Double-blind, placebo-controlled study to determine the effectiveness of a memory rehabilitation technique in improving new learning and memory in people with MS
  8. Clinical Trial: Medical Food

    A placebo-controlled study to determine the potential benefits of a Medical Food on cognitive impairment in people with MS. Read more here .


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The latest clinical research in MS, including trials funded by the Society and trials in progressive MS.

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NARCOMS Patient Registry

This registry of people willing to participate in MS research was initiated by the Consortium of MS Centers to facilitate multicenter studies. As of May 2007, the number of participants surpassed 37,000. Information is available in Spanish. Read more about Narcoms here or visit the website by clicking below.



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