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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Clinical Trials in Multiple Sclerosis 2009

May 19, 2009 - Source: National MS Society

We’re pleased to present our annual listing of Clinical Trials in MS 2009 (PDF), featuring ongoing MS trials, as well as those that are being planned or that have been recently completed. This year’s list of 129 studies indicates an exciting time in MS research, with therapies progressing through the drug development pipeline.

This list is prepared from materials provided by investigators, published literature and public presentations. While we strive for accuracy and completeness, there are trials that were not included because we were unable to gather sufficient information about them, and there may be inaccuracies due to changes in protocol.

Because recruitment information changes frequently, we do not indicate which studies on this list are enrolling patients. Read more about studies that are recruiting people with MS, and make use of valuable tools for helping people to navigate the complicated process of clinical trials participation. Click here to continue directly fromthe MS Society's webpage for this topic then click their links to continue.


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