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National Multiple Sclerosis Society Latest News

In The News 

Josh Harding, NHL star goalie talks to People magazine about moving his life forward after his MS diagnosis
Josh Harding, NHL Star Goalie, Battles Multiple Sclerosis

Shemar Moore talks about his commitment to the MS Movement and his Mom who has MS on ET.
Read the articles from Learn more...

NASCAR driver Trevor Bayne announces he’s been diagnosed with MS
Read the articles from CNN and ABC News

Some of the more intriguing media coverage reported from the front lines at ECTRIMS, the world's largest MS meeting
Learn more at "Medpage Today" Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

Five Myths About MS
Learn more at "Web MD".

Country music star Julie Roberts helps to build awareness about MS and her connection with the Society
Learn more from "CBS New York"

Number of people reported to be living with MS rises 10% in last five years
Learn more from "Reuters"

New clues to diagnosing MS sooner and more quickly
Learn more in "The Republic"

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National Multiple Sclerosis Society upcoming events

Bike MS
One hundred rides. One destination.
A world free of MS.
Walk MS
Six hundred walks. One destination.
A world free of MS.
Challenge Walk MS
Accept the challenge.
Journey toward a world free of MS.
Rise to the dirty challenge


Contact your chapter for additional upcoming events.

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