Q&A With Bruce Trapp, PhD From the Cleveland Clinic: Digging Deeper Into Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

More may be known about the relapsing form of multiple sclerosis but researchers are working to learn about the progressive form of the disease as well. That includes looking for potential tools to stop neurological degeneration from harming patients.

More may be known about the relapsing form of multiple sclerosis but researchers are working to learn about the progressive form of the disease as well. That includes looking for potential tools to stop neurological degeneration from harming patients.

Bruce D. Trapp, PhD, from the Cleveland Clinic and Lerner Research Institute discussed what research is being done on the lesser known condition during the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers in Indianapolis. Trapp said there is a belief in the field that work should focus on progressive multiple sclerosis to look for targets that could help patients with this condition.