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The OHSU Multiple Sclerosis Center

The OHSU Multiple Sclerosis Center provides comprehensive patient care services, community and physician education opportunities and state of the art research to finding a cure for multiple sclerosis.

 

Founded in 1983, the OHSU Multiple Sclerosis Center helps people with MS lead better lives through a full range of patient care services, public and physician education programs and state-of-the-art medical research. While there is no multiple sclerosis cure yet, there are many helpful Multiple Sclerosis medications and MS rehabilitation treatment options.

Find out more about Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis

What is MS?

Nurse and patient

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic disease that affects your brain and spinal cord (central nervous system).

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Outstanding Multiple Sclerosis Care

The OHSU Multiple Sclerosis Center is one of the nation's premier programs for multiple sclerosis (MS) care. We are dedicated to helping people with MS lead better lives through state-of-the art medical research, the latest treatments and a full range of services delivered by a caring, skilled healthcare team.  Education about MS is also a top priority. Through regional and national meetings, our faculty educates patients and their families, healthcare providers and the public about research and treatment advances.

The center is a member of the Nancy Davis Center Without Walls, a network of the nation's top seven MS institutions and the Consortium of MS Centers. We also are affiliated with the Oregon Chapter of the National MS Society.

Lipoic Acid Study Video

Why study lipoic acid at OHSU?

How can I participate in MS research?

To find out the answers to these questions, watch this short video.


Make an Appointment with a MS Specialist

503 494-7772

Finding help for multiple sclerosis

Amy C.

By age 33, I had lost my faith in doctors. Then the OHSU Multiple Sclerosis Center and Dr. Dennis Bourdette changed my life. Learn more


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