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Multiple Sclerosis National Research Institute

  • Multiple Sclerosis is considered by many to be an autoimmune disorder that attacks the central nervous system
  • The disease progresses slowly and can be mild to debilitating with symptoms such as blurred vision, poor coordination, slurred speech, loss of memory and more
  • It is estimated that over 2 million people worldwide suffer from multiple sclerosis and there currently is no cure
  • Multiple Sclerosis National Research Institute (MSNRI) conducts research to understand the cause of MS (and other autoimmune disorders) and to develop new treatments for the disease
  • MSNRI collaborates with scientific labs around the United States and the world using the Institute’s synthetic combinatorial peptide libraries to identify possible treatments and cures for MS and other autoimmune disorders
  • CFC #12135