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Readers sound off on owning their MS, the 21st Century Cures Act and shared experiences.

FDA approves first treatment for primary progressive MS

Ocrevus clinical trials have shown significant benefits against MS relapses and progression.

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@Momentum

Readers sound off on the African-American MS experience and finding new identities.

Asking for help

It’s not always easy to reach out and find connections.

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@Momentum

Momentum readers sound off on resilience, spasticity and more.

Becoming more inclusive

Cyndi Zagieboylo on how the National MS Society is embracing diversity.

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@Momentum

Readers sound off on pregnancy, mobility and more.

New hope for progressive MS breakthroughs

Promising treatments and insights are on the horizon.

Strengthening relationships

Social and professional resources can ensure people most severely affected by MS have what they… Read More

MS classifications revised

Learn how your MS is now classified—and what that might mean for treatment.

A letter from Cyndi Zagieboylo: Accelerating toward a world free of MS

Take a look at the National MS Society’s 2021–22 Strategic Plan

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Letters to the editor: MRIs and optimism

Readers sound off on getting through MRIs and staying optimistic during hard times.

A letter from Cyndi Zagieboylo: Our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion

The National MS Society strives to be an antiracist organization.

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Letters to the editor: Readers sound off on foot drop and self-care

Readers sound off on dealing with foot drop and exercise as self-care.

A letter from Cyndi Zagieboylo: A test of resilience

The National MS Society met the challenges of the past two years, thanks to those… Read More

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Letters to the editor: Readers sound off on living with progressive MS

Readers sound off on progressive MS research, using a wheelchair and finding creative outlets.

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