What do you think has been the most exciting development in MS research?
Researchers in MS have made significant progress and found breakthrough solutions that can potentially change the world for everyone with MS. In the last decades we have seen many disease-modifying drugs approved for treating and managing MS, and more potential MS therapies in development or in the pipeline (e.g. Autologous Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant treatment) than at any other time in history. Better understanding of MS pathogenesis has helped with more quickly diagnosis of the disease, enabling early therapy slow disease activity. In addition, new technology has recently been innovatively applied to alleviate the impacts of signs and symptoms in MS, leading to improvement in daily functions.