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Studies to stop MS, restore function and end MS forever.


New heights for progressive MS research

Fall 2013

Why do some people experience aggressive worsening of their multiple sclerosis and others experience a mild course? The Serial Unified Multicenter MS InvesTigation investigates.

Do It Yourself fundraising tips from the Haunted Garage

Fall 2013

A couple share tips on raising funds and awareness for MS.

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Resources for caregivers with MS

Fall 2013

While resources that are specific to caregivers with MS don’t exist—yet—the following are helpful for general information and resources related to caregiving.

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4 networking apps to try

Fall 2013

Learn how to network effectively and efficiently.

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Should you try aquatic therapy?

Fall 2013

C’mon in, the water’s fine! Even people with heat sensitivity and other MS symptoms can benefit from aquatic therapy.

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Tyler Campbell: Going for the tackle

Fall 2013

Football star Tyler Campbell huddles with his famous father Earl to defeat MS. Both father and son are ambassadors for the National MS Society today.

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DIY Haunted Garage raises money for MS

Fall 2013

Charline Werts and Keith Allen opened up their DIY haunted garage to people looking to be spooked. The couple donates any money raised to the National MS Society.

Staying informed about MS in the news

Fall 2013

Learn to sort the science from the sales pitches, and make informed decisions about your MS.

New hope for repairing myelin damage in MS

Fall 2013

Stem cell therapy holds the promise of actually repairing myelin, a step that would be particularly helpful to people in the progressive phase of MS.

The Ebers effect: Unraveling the MS and vitamin D connection

Fall 2013

Professor George Ebers receives the 2013 John Dystel Prize for his research into the connection between vitamin D and MS.