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National MS Society fundraising events go virtual

The pandemic prompted new ways to bike, walk and climb for MS.

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Making voices heard

Virtual State Action Days empowered more activists during the pandemic.

Gaming control

Streaming to end MS

DIY fundraising goes virtual.

National MS Society progress report

Summary of the Society’s progress from April through June 2020

A weekend walk

A challenge and a celebration to raise awareness about MS

MS researcher gets it in gear

Society fellow joins Bike MS team to raise funds for a cure.

Woods

A walk in the woods

Hiking the Appalachian Trail to help end MS

Damian Washington

Hilton Center’s reach

Programs aim to empower people with multiple sclerosis.

Mary Rouvelas

A commitment to public policy while living with MS

Mary Rouvelas, who lives with MS, advocates for the National MS Society and the Affordable Care Act.

Professional basketball dunker

Slam dunk

Walk MS has a long history and loyal participants.

MS through the ages

How you experience MS may depend on how old you are and your diagnosis date. Stories from people ages 23 through 76.

Knowing your own mind

How to distinguish multiple sclerosis cognitive issues from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.

Weight training

A vest with a few extra ounces could help people with multiple sclerosis improve their balance and reduce falls.

Boost your eye-Q

Most people with multiple sclerosis experience vision problems. Here are ways to help protect your peepers.

Lighten the load

Adaptive tools can make things a little easier when you’re living with multiple sclerosis.

You want to know what?

People with MS get a lot of questions. Here’s how you can answer — or not.

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