We are pleased to share Dr. Saud A. Sadiq's slides presented at the American Academy of Neurology's 68th Annual Meeting in Vancouver this week.  Dr. Sadiq's presentation was well received yesterday as neurologists from all over the world gathered to hear the exciting data presented on Tisch MSRCNY's FDA-approved stem cell clinical trial for MS:

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MS Patients Take Steps without Cane as Damage is RepairedNew York, NY– April 15, 2016 – Dr. Saud A. Sadiq, Director and Chief Research Scientist at the Tisch MS Research Center of New York (Tisch MSRCNY)will be presenting on Tuesday, April 19, 2016, the extraordinary results from his FDA-approved stem cell clinical trial for MS at the American Academy of Neurology’s 68th Annual Meeting in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Dr. Sadiq will deliver the highly... more


To All IMSMP Patients:

As of March 28th, 2016 New York State has mandated that all prescriptions must be e-prescribed. This is a good change but it will require some changes from both the doctors and patients. The change is a result of the I-STOP (Internet System for Tracking Overprescribing) bill passed in 2012, which is primarily intended to curb prescription drug abuse. However this applies to all prescriptions, whether they are controlled substances or not. A positive outcome is... more


Dr. Saud A. Sadiq speaks about the Tisch MSRCNY Stem Cell on NY1 during National MS Awareness Month. Click Here to View the Story on NY1 News


                  As I approach my nine year anniversary with this disease, ironically following a week in NY seeing Dr. Sadiq and Dr. Kanter, it feels like a good time to share my story.

April 7, 2007 – A Few days after returning from coaching youth ice hockey at an away game championship series, I woke up paralyzed from the chest down, barely able to move my legs.  My first thoughts were to just wait it out (thinking surely I’d rebound), but eventually I made an adult decision and... more


In October 2010, the first of a swing of symptoms that lead to my diagnosis began. I was in my final year studying for my degree in Art at the time. I had been working on my dissertation.  I had a slight numbness in my right index finger and thumb, which I thought was caused by excessive use of pens/pencils at the time. Soon that numbness travelled and my hand was numb. I went to a doctor in my college and they thought it was perhaps nerve damage, possibly caused by my sleep position at... more


Dr. Saud A. Sadiq spoke to Joan Hamburg from WABC770 Radio on the research happening at the Tisch MS Research Center of New York and the advances happening in the field of MS. During National MS Awareness Month, Dr. Sadiq explains the importance of finding the cause so that we may find the cure and look toward a future without MS. Click the link below to listen to the full interview - it will also air Saturday, March 12th on the Joan Hamburg Show -  WABC770 Radio during 1:00pm-3:00pm.

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The staff at the IMSMP are constantly encouraged and inspired by the accomplishments and activities of our patients. We are proud of what so many of our patients have done in their personal and professional lives.

During National MS Awareness Month, the IMSMP will be highlighting the remarkable things our patients do and the accomplishments they achieve. Whether it's attitude, staying healthy, working, giving back to the community - basically, living life and reaching goals. If you,... more


Dr. Violaine Harris, Senior Research Scientist at Tisch MSRCNY discusses the research involved in our stem cell trial, what HSCT is and how it differs from our stem cell treatment, and ways you can support the important work happening in the lab at Tisch MS Research Center of New York. Click here to view the full video on MSTranslate  



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