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Young filmmaker Jason DaSilva was recently diagnosed with MS. He turned the camera on himself to show what life is like with the disease.
Relays give the MS cause greater reach not only by allowing more athletes to fundraise but also by deploying them across greater distances.
The most powerful connections aren’t between places or things; they’re between people. Three devoted activists share their stories about how they connect with the MS community.
Walk MS participants forge lifelong connections that make a difference in the effort to create a world free of multiple sclerosis.
Shemar Moore, from the hit series “Criminal Minds,” talks about the starring role that his mom—who lives with MS— plays in his life.
Three generations of a family affected by MS use their passion to raise money for MS research.
Every voice counts. Amplify the impact of your MS advocacy by making connections with members of your community.
Finish MS lets competitors in any endurance event raise funds for Society programs and research.
Dr. Seth Morgan, a retired physician with MS, uses his time and talents to help others—and himself.
A pingpong coach with MS shares her love for the sport with others with the disease
Healthcare professionals who live with the disease offer a unique perspective.
Issues ranging from legal to emotional affect whether to tell your employer and colleagues about your disease.