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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.

Society scholarships help fulfill dreams

Meet one young man whose Society scholarship is changing his world.

FDA approves Zinbryta to treat relapsing forms of MS

A new option for people with relapsing MS.

Creating community

Community councils leverage volunteer connections with neighbors, friends and community leaders to create greater impact.

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Readers sound off on relationships, real estate, font size and more.

Supporting your relationships

At the National MS Society, we are here to help people with whatever they need… Read More

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@Momentum

Readers sound off on poetry, driving with MS, font size and more.

Tastes like cardboard? Could be your MS

An acquired (difference in) taste.

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@Momentum

Readers sound off on pain, cold intolerance, holiday parties and more.

A message from Cyndi Zagieboylo: Reflecting on what’s ahead

Considering what’s ahead can be motivating and rejuvenating.

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Letters to the editor: More accessibility and adjusting to new normals

Momentum readers sound off transportation accessibility and cognitive issues.

Meet our 2022 Inspiration Award Winners

Recipients have positively affected MS research and the community

A message from Cyndi Zagieboylo: Reconnecting with our community

The National MS Society now offers more ways for people to engage than ever before.

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Letters to the editor: Staying motivated, hope and aHSCT

Momentum readers sound off on staying motivated, remaining hopeful and the promise of aHSCT.

A message from Cyndi Zagieboylo: Connecting to information

Overhauling the National Multiple Sclerosis Society website for easier access

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