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Steps to victory

A 1,200-step stair climb, a 40-pound vest and a 60-pound 4-year-old.

Changing course

Michigan couple gets a taste for a new MS fundraiser.

21st Century Cures Act signed into law

Act allocates funding for brain research, data collection and more.

Corporate teams energize Bike MS

Companies can match donations or provide supplies for riders.

Walk MS offers more than ever

New wellness area provides information, connections.

State Action Days make a difference

Participants have a voice in laws that affect them.

Marathon of sisterly love

Running for the right reasons.

Ed Dowd

The personal touch

The Edward M. Dowd Personal Advocate Program can make a difference in the lives of those most severely affected by MS.

Volunteering changes lives

Volunteers fuel our mission to create a world free of MS.

Hiking the Pine Barrens for MS

Conquering a wilderness and MS—one step at a time.

Generosity on aisle 3

At a group of grocery stores in western Washington, multiple sclerosis has been front and center for years.

Leading with a common purpose

Meet four new National MS Society board members

Meet Society board member: Peter Porrino

Peter Porrino started volunteering at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society after his wife’s MS diagnosis.

Meet Society board member: Dana Foote

When Dana Foote first joined the board, she had one goal in mind: finding a cure.

Meet Society board member: Bonnie Higgins

Due to endless hours of volunteering, Bonnie Higgins earned a spot in the Society’s Volunteer Hall of Fame.

Meet Society board member: Caroline Whitacre

Caroline Whitacre volunteers her time and offers her scientific expertise on the Society’s national board of directors.

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