Research in MS is moving at a remarkable rate, with more potential therapies in the pipeline than at any other time in history. The National MS Society is a driving force of MS research, supporting and stimulating world-class research into ways to prevent, better treat and cure this unpredictable disease of the brain and spinal cord.
The National MS Society: Lone Star funds more than $5.3 million for ongoing investigations and research at medical institutions such as the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, UT Health Science Center, Texas A&M University Health Science Center, University of Houston and Baylor College of Medicine.
MS Research News
Read updates on research progress.
Background on Clinical Trials
Get information from the Society's nationwide database on current clinical trials and learn how you can participate.
The NARCOMS Patient Registry is an active database of over 34,000 individuals who have MS. It was developed by the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC) to provide a way for indivduals with MS to confidentially provide detailed information on the course of their disease and well as their treatment. NARCOMS is seeking to raise awareness about MS and increase the enrollment numbers in the Registry to help further research efforts and eventally to find a cure. NARCOMS Patient Registry
You can also read updates on MS research in the Lone Star quarterly MSConnection newsletter.