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Current Topics in Multiple Sclerosis: Implications for Practice
This quarterly CME/CE webinar series provides a free, accessible educational opportunity for health care clinicians involved in the care of patients with MS with the aim of improving MS knowledge and patient outcomes.

Healthcare Appeals
Information and resources to help with submitting appeals and prior authorizations.

Literature Search Service
This time-saving service helps clinicians and researchers access the journal articles they need.

Resources and Tools
Access valuable resources and tools to support your clinical work.

Resources for Specific Populations
Find information, resources and support for Veterans, children with pediatric MS, and African American and Hispanic/Latino individuals.

Find professional publications to inform your clinical work.

Webinars & Case Calls

Society-Branded Slide Decks
Slide decks with notes are available for training of physicians, nurses, rehabilitation professionals, mental health professionals and dentists, and for providing patient education about multiple sclerosis. To request a slide deck, email

Free diagnosis & management healthcare professional app


MS: Conventional and Alternative Therapeutic Approaches

MS is an immune-mediated demyelinating disorder with a neurodegenerative component. While most of the current therapeutic approaches are immunomodulatory, there is a definite interest and urgent effort to identify novel treatments to promote myelin repair and restore function.  This presentation will feature round table discussion about stem cell therapy, repurposing old drugs for new applications, and complementary approaches.

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Help Make a Difference in MS Research

MS affects African Americans and Hispanics in different ways compared with other ethnic groups. Symptoms may differ, the disease may progress faster, and treatments may have different effects. Yet African Americans and Hispanics are underrepresented in clinical research, making it difficult to identify the best treatments or wellness activities to help them.

The National MS Society is working with the MS Minority Research Engagement Partnership Network, a group of non-profit organizations, health care professionals, researchers, MS biopharmaceutical companies, and people with MS, to better understand why racial and ethnic minorities aren’t fully represented in research and to develop solutions to encourage participation. Download the Minority Engagement in MS Research Patient Recruitment Toolkit for Health Care Professionals for tools and resources to help you talk to patients about research. Learn more about the project at and follow Twitter posts on this topic with #MSResearch4All.


Become a Research Champion

An MS Research Revolution

Support MS Research

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.

Become a Research Champion

Become a Research Champion