Are we winning with MS? It's all about timing

'You don't want to spend five years fluffing around,' says neurologist from Sydney's Brain and Mind Centre

The famous French neurologist Jean-Michel Charcot was the first to lecture on the features of la sclérose en plaques in 1868, describing a triad of nystagmus, intention tremor and telegraphic speech that correlated with brain plaques he had observed on autopsy.