Updates from the MS Society

The MS Society of Canada is closely monitoring all research related to CCSVI and will post key information here.

Results from a prospective, randomized, sham-controlled, double-blind clinical trial of venous angioplasty in individuals with MS who display signs of CCSVI
August 7, 2014

MS Society funded study assesses diagnostic criteria for CCSVI
June 6, 2014

New data on CCSVI from Canadian study using 'gold standard' technique
October 8, 2013

Results from MS Society of Canada funded study exploring CCSVI and MS in children
August 21, 2013

New results from MS Society of Canada funded study exploring CCSVI and MS
July 30, 2013

CCSVI Case-Control Neurosonography Results Announced
February 27, 2013

MS Society partners in CCSVI clinical trial
September 28, 2012

Researchers Continue With Their Progress in the Seven Funded CCSVI Studies in MS
September 4, 2012

Research Teams Report on 18 Months of Progress from MS Societies' Initial Studies on CCSVI and MS
January 27, 2012

MS Society collaborates with CIHR in call for CCSVI clinical trial research proposals
November 25, 2011

Research Teams Report First Year's Progress From MS Societies' Initial Studies on CCSVI and MS
July 14, 2011

MS Society of Canada welcomes federal commitment to fund CCSVI trials
June 29, 2011

MS Society welcomes new national monitoring system
March 23, 2011

Research Teams Report Progress from First Six Months of 2-Year Projects Focusing on CCSVI and MS
January 31, 2011

MS Society of Canada commits $1 million for CCSVI clinical trial
September 16, 2010

Over $2.4 Million Committed to Support Seven Operating Grants to Explore the Relationship of CCSVI to Multiple Sclerosis
June 11, 2010

MS Society lobbies government for $10 million for funding into CCSVI and MS research
May 5, 2010

MS Society of Canada announces request for research operating grants related to CCSVI and MS
November 23, 2009