Seeking men and women aged 18-55 for a study of an investigational drug for primary progressive multiple sclerosis.
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Seeking men and women with multiple sclerosis for a study of how common sleep apnea is and whether sleep apnea affects MS symptoms.
Seeking women and men who have started ocrelizumab treatment for their Multiple Sclerosis (MS) within the past month or people whose MS is being being treated with therapies other than ocrelizumab for a study looking at the incidence of cancer in the future.
This is a registry to collect medical record information from people living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) to better understand the disease and develop new treatments
Seeking men and women with relapsing multiple sclerosis whose doctors has decided to start treatment with clabridine tablets because other pills were not working well.
Seeking men and women with multiple sclerosis (MS) that hasn't responded to previous treatment for a study of an experimental drug.
Seeking men and women 18 years of age or older with relapsing multiple sclerosis (RMS) for participation in a study comparing an investigational drug called fenebrutinib to a drug called teriflunomidie.
Seeking people who been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) or a similar immune disorder of the central nervous system or their immediate family members for a study to better understand what causes these diseases and perhaps improve treatment.
Study Of An Investigational Stem Cell Transplant For Treatment Resistant Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis
Seeking men and women whose multiple sclerosis has remained active despite treatment for a study comparing blood stem cell transplantation to other available treatments for multiple sclerosis.
Newly diagnosed (within 6 months) people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) sought for a trial comparing "first line" (traditional) with "second line" (aggressive) treatments in preventing disability. This is a pragmatic trial which means that even though participants will be randomly assigned a treatment group, they and their doctor can change their treatment if needed.