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Meet our 2023 Inspiration Award winners

These individuals go above and beyond to make a difference.

Showing up to make a difference

Walk MS provides circles of support for all involved.

Table tennis brings new goals and joys

A pingpong coach with MS shares her love for the sport with others with the disease

Red helmet with visor is on tires by kartodrom

Ready, set, go kart!

Racing event raises money for people with MS.

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Roller skating for MS awareness

Skater Kaci Bell lives with MS — and uses her passion to bring attention to the disease.

Flight of the Sugar Bees

The Walker family has raised more than $2 million over 30 years to help take the ‘sting’ out of MS.

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.

Lost in thought: When cognition changes

Physical abilities aren’t all that’s affected by MS. Thinking, remembering and reasoning can take a hit, too.

Enrollment begins for health insurance

Are you ready for the Affordable Care Act? Long-debated and, in some cases, long-awaited health insurance marketplaces will begin Oct. 1, 2013 to enroll people in coverage.

When the caregiver has MS

People living with MS face a dual challenge when they also handle the challenges of caring for someone else.

Lurching with enthusiasm

Mark Somerfield, diagnosed with MS in 1991, humorously describes the challenges he faces and shows us how he finds humor in imperfect circumstances.

Simple truths about online networking

Sometimes meeting in person can be difficult due to MS; online networking offers a great way to connect.

10 lessons of MS

Education doesn’t stop in the classroom. Nancy Chamberlayne shares a top 10 list of lessons she and her peers have learned from MS.

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