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The CLIMB Study

Topic: This video provides an overview of the Comprehensive Longitudinal Investigations at the Brigham Women's Hospital. The study follows 2,000 people with MS over a 10 year period.

  1. Clinical Trials: Solving One Piece of the MS Puzzle Part 1 (video)

    This video features part one of a series that discusses research efforts for multiple sclerosis and clinical trials.

  2. Clinical Trials: Solving One Piece of the MS Puzzle Part 2 (video)

    This video features part two of a series that discusses research efforts for multiple sclerosis and clinical trials.

  3. Health Services Research (video)

    This video features a discussion with Nicholas LaRocca, PhD, who talks about health services research and multiple sclerosis.

  4. Mono and MS (video)

    This video features Mary Hughes, MD, who answers a viewer's question about mono and multiple sclerosis.

  5. MS and African-Americans: Reasons for Hope (video)

    This video features a discussion with Mary Hughes, MD, and Walter Royal, MD, who talk about research and clinical trials for African-Americans with multiple sclerosis.

  6. Vitamin D (video)

    Explores the factors people must consider when making treatment and lifestyle decisions, including when to begin treatment, the role information overload can play in decision making, and how to weigh the benefits and risks of a treatment or lifestyle decision. Excerpt from 2013 North American Education Program.

  7. Numbers of People with MS in Northern States (video)

    This video features Mary Hughes, MD, who answers a viewer's question about the number of people with multiple sclerosis in northern states.

  8. Stem Cell Research (video)

    This video features Mary Hughes, MD, who answers a viewer's question about stem cell research for multiple sclerosis.

  9. The CLIMB Study (video)

    Featuring Dr. Tanuja Chitnis This video provides an overview of the Comprehensive Longitudinal Investigations at the Brigham Women's Hospital. The study follows 2,000 people with MS over a 10 year period.

  10. To Repair and Protect: The Future of MS Treatments Part 1 (video)

    This video features part one of a series that discusses repair and protection strategies in multiple sclerosis research.

  11. To Repair and Protect: The Future of MS Treatments Part 2 (video)

    This video features part two of a series that discusses repair and protection strategies in multiple sclerosis research.

  12. To Repair and Protect: The Future of MS Treatments Part 3 (video)

    This video features part three of a series that discusses repair and protection strategies in multiple sclerosis research.

  13. Triggering Event (video)

    This video features Mary Hughes, MD, who answers a viewer's question about the triggering event and multiple sclerosis.

  14. Twins and MS (video)

    This video features Mary Hughes, MD, who answers a viewer's question about why she got multiple sclerosis but not her twin.

  15. Understanding MS Research (video)

    This video features a discussion with Robert Lisak, MD, who talks about research for multiple sclerosis.

  16. Who? Why? How? - Searching for the Cause of Multiple Sclerosis Part 1 (video)

    This video features part one of a series that discusses research efforts looking into the causes of multiple sclerosis.

  17. Who? Why? How? - Searching for the Cause of Multiple Sclerosis Part 2 (video)

    This video features part two of a series that discusses research efforts looking into the causes of multiple sclerosis.

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Bayer HealthCare
Genzyme, a Sanofi Company
Mylan
Teva Neuroscience


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