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They ran how far? 100 miles

Two men with MS ran 100+ miles to meet with state lawmakers about cutting the cost of MS drugs.

Taking the field

High-spirited high schoolers host a no-holds-barred fundraiser for MS.

Megan White in orange tutu with high heel and flipper

(Un)steady as she goes

Megan White takes MS sitting down — but only when she must.

Raise a glass

Bourbon tasting benefits MS community.

Fighting for access

MS activists advocate for more affordable medications.

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Speaking out

People with MS advocate for changes in policies to improve the lives of everyone living with the disease.

Phil Fox cyclist MS

Meet the Bike MS cyclist who broke the world record

Phil Fox: ultra-cyclist, world record holder and Bike MS participant

Sylvia Lawry, founder of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society

Sylvia Lawry: Tireless crusader

National MS Society founder left no stone unturned in her crusade to find a cure.

Inspiring people

The winners of our 2020 Inspiration Awards went above and beyond.

Josh Jacobson

2020 Inspiration Award winner: Josh Jacobson

Josh Jacobson keeps riding for the cause — and the people.

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Readers praise Momentum stories about the beating summer heat and other topics.

Society scholarships keep giving

Megan Lafferty, who credits her experience with MS healthcare for her ambition to become a doctor, has been named the National MS Society 2014 Presidential Scholar.

Hormones and gender under the microscope

At a recent conference of the American Academy of Neurology, studies examining the effects of estriol and menopause on MS were discussed.

Everyday Matters program makes a positive difference

Participants in the National MS Society’s Everyday Matters program report a range of benefits in their lives, including increased confidence in dealing with life challenges, and greater connection with others.

A bounty of knowledge

Thanks to many survey responses, in-depth interviews and conversations, we now have a deeper and clearer understanding of what it means to live with MS today.

Dr. Barry Arnason receives the John Dystel Prize.

Celebrating a pioneer of MS research

Dr. Barry Arnason of the University of Chicago is awarded the 2014 John Dystel Prize for his research in T cells and multiple sclerosis.