Participate in a Multiple Sclerosis Research Study
If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, perhaps you should consider participating in a clinical research study. Perhaps the best reason to participate in an MS clinical trial is so that you can take an active role in your health care, by educating yourself regarding your condition. You will obtain access to top quality medical care from our Board Certified physicians at a medical research healthcare facility specializing in Multiple Sclerosis.
Health insurance is not necessary to participate. Patients who qualify for our clinical trials will receive all study related care and treatment at no cost. In some cases you may be compensated for your time and travel. You may even gain access to research treatments before they are widely available.
Interested in learning more about the Multiple Sclerosis research that is going on at Premiere Research Institute? Contact us by calling (561) 296-3850 or fill out the form below.
Articles about Multiple Sclerosis
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Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a progressive inflammatory disease of the Central Nervous System (CNS) that is often disabling and unpredictable. While everyone with the disease experiences nerve damage, each person is affected by MS in different ways. Due to the extensive...read more
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a progressive inflammatory disease of the central nervous system whereby the body’s immune system attacks nerves and protective nerve fibers (myelin sheath) in the brain and spinal cord. Over time, nerves become damaged and inflamed, which...read more
New Criteria for Earlier MS Diagnosis An international panel of neurologists who are leading experts in Multiple Sclerosis approved new revisions to the standard diagnostic criteria for MS, with the goal of diagnosing the disease earlier in patients while also...read more
Based on the results of a study published in the journal Neurology, treating the earliest signs of multiple sclerosis (MS), such as numbness, fatigue, dizziness, vision problems and imbalance with the drug interferon beta-1b may help lower the risk of disease...read more
There is some encouraging news for coffee drinkers - results from two research studies have revealed a possible link between coffee consumption and a reduced risk for multiple sclerosis (MS). MS is an inflammatory disease of the central nervous system (CNS) that...read more
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an inflammatory disease of the central nervous system (CNS) in which the nerve fibers in the brain and spinal cord are damaged, resulting in impaired signaling between the brain, spinal cord, and the rest of the body. A nerve fiber, or axon,...read more
There are four main types of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) that differ by their relapse and remission characteristics. These types are known as relapsing-remitting, primary-progressive, secondary progressive, and progressive-relapsing. A relapse occurs when new symptoms...read more
There are multiple approaches for diagnosing multiple sclerosis (MS), which can be a difficult disorder to diagnose. Typically, a healthcare professional will first ask the patient for a comprehensive medical history. This includes questions about the nature of the...read more