Monday February 19th 2018

Myelin Repair Foundation enters into agreement with NIH to assess MRF-008 for multiple sclerosis

The Myelin Repair Foundation today announced it has entered a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with the National Institutes of Health to assess MRF-008, as a potential therapeutic for multiple sclerosis. This CRADA will facilitate collaboration between the MRF and National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke at the NIH Clinical Center to study MRF-008, a drug identified by the MRF as a potential neuroprotective therapeutic to enhance repair in multiple sclerosis patients.

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Myelin Repair Foundation enters into agreement with NIH to assess MRF-008 for multiple sclerosis

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