The International Progressive MS Alliance is bringing researchers and other stakeholders from around the world together to solve four challenging research problems. Our single aim is to understand and overcome some of the biggest barriers to treatment development for progressive MS.
Visit this section regularly to find out about the latest research, developments, news and announcements from the Alliance and its members. We will occasionally feature stories from other sources where they have a direct impact on our work and our goal.
- FDA extends review of ocrelizumab
- Live webcast with Dr. Francisco Quintana
- €12.6 million awarded to 3 projects in global effort to end progressive MS
- Positive phase III results showing efficacy of BAF312 (siponimod) in patients with secondary progressive MS
- Progressive MS Alliance Industry Forum: maximizing collective impact to enable drug development
- Federal Drug Administration grants priority review for ocrelizumab in primary progressive and relapsing MS
- Update on Challenge and Infrastructure Awards
- Alliance stakeholders consider challenges and next steps at the second scientific congress
- Lay members join the Scientific Steering Committee
- Federal Drug Administration designates experimental therapy, ocrelizumab as ‘Breakthrough Therapy’ for treatment of primary-progressive MS
- Epilepsy drug could protect nerves from damage in MS
- Scientific meeting in Boston – March 2015
- Alliance expands worldwide
- Progressive MS Alliance boosts research