As well as ongoing announcements about Progressive MS research the Alliance produces progress reports on the three main priorities of our work; understand, prevent and reverse progression so we can identify and test treatments, speed up and improve clinical trials, and improve well-being through proven treatments.

Cover image of the 2019 Progress Report featuring a portrait of Kerrie, Australia, diagnosed in 2008.
Cover image of the 2017 Progress Report featuring a portrait of Trevis, diagnosed in 2001.

“I believe the Alliance is going to be a part of the cure for progressive MS, and until that day occurs, it’s going to be a part of the research that creates the very best treatments so that people with progressive MS can live their best lives.”

—Jon Strum, whose wife Jeanne lived with progressive MS, Member, Alliance Scientific Steering Committee