New £1.8m research to explore cognitive screening and rehabilitation in multiple sclerosis

10 April 2019

Source University of Nottingham: A new £1.85 million research study led by Professor Roshan das Nair at the Institute of Mental Health aims to develop a new computerised screening tool to detect the “invisible” cognitive impairments that can appear early in the life of a person living with multiple sclerosis (MS).

Approximately 100 people are diagnosed with MS every week in the UK and up to 70% have cognitive problems. People are most commonly diagnosed with MS in their 20s or 30s. There is currently no cure for the lifelong neurological condition that often gets progressively worse.  Read on.

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