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Wednesday, March 1, 2017
ACP Resources Help Scientists Gain New Insights Into MS Progression
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As we have reported in previous issues of the newsletter, ACP accelerates MS research by distributing samples and data from the Repository that many of you helped to create, to scientists studying MS. At the heart of ACP’s mission is providing resources that enable scientists to do important work that positively impacts the lives of people affected by MS. What sets us apart from other MS organizations is that we partner with hundreds of scientists, in a wide array of institutions, literally all over the globe. We think it’s impossible to predict where the next great discovery in MS treatment will be found.
Accordingly, our resources are “open source,” meaning that we’re willing and able to invest in every MS researcher, wherever they may be.
This is the story of one investigation, conducted by a team of nine scientists from four Australian universities and a French biotechnology company, led by
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