Multiple Sclerosis can be genetically transferred. There are unclear reasons for how this disease spread, but numerous researches are conducted to uncover the mystery of this disease. The MS society invites both people with MS as well as professionals to work on the research. Let’s see how the research results help in preventing the spreading of the Multiple Sclerosis.
Research in Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis attacks the ability of the nerve cells of the brain and spinal cord to communicate. If someone is diagnosed with this disease, he will have some problems in doing the physical activities. At the early stage, the symptoms are barely recognizable and the condition of the patient will get worse if he is not treated well. However, it is a little bit difficult to prevent the disease to spread. Therefore, numerous researches are conducted to tackle this problem.
The MS society invites people with MS, other family members, as well as professionals to take parts in the research program. In the research, the participants can volunteer for clinical trials, respond to surveys, do brain or spinal cord donation, donate DNA, and do some sharing. Everyone who is interested in helping to put the MS disease to an end is invited by participating in one of the research or fund the research.
The significant results of the research have been achieved and some solutions to end the MS disease have been discovered. Finding the best treatment for people with MS are still in progress, but the research result shows that by undergoing some treatments, the MS disease can be slowed down.
Some therapies for the disease are also discovered and the people with MS that undergo the therapies show significant physical and psychological well-being. However, those treatments and therapies can bring side effects to the people with MS. Therefore, further studies are conducted and the studies show that the side effects can be reduced.
Overall, the research has shown great signs of progress in fighting the MS disease. But, the battle with MS disease is not over yet. To end MS disease forever, continuous research should be conducted. Hopefully, together with MS society, changes can be made to achieve a world free of MS.
In the past years, people with MS were struggling since there is no cure for this disease. But thankfully, the research results help in preventing the spreading of the Multiple Sclerosis and, in the future years, MS will go for good.