October Articles 2021

Holiday Travel

Holiday travel is just around the corner.

TRAVELING WITH MS:The Ultimate Guide

"Active MSers has prepared an exhaustive guide for traveling with a disability, with a focus on multiple sclerosis."

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Needy Meds

Diagnosis-Based Assistance Programs for Multiple Sclerosis - Needy Meds

"Programs are listed in alphabetical order by national first then alphabetically by state.

47 Diagnosis-Based Assistance Programs for Multiple Sclerosis.

Also look for Camps and Scholarships for Multiple Sclerosis"

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Near You

Find out what's happening near you - NMSS
"Enter your zip code, state or share your current location and we will show you everything going on in your community!"

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Msbucket Social Media

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Previous Articles - August/September 2021

Brain Center

Brain Center

"The Brain Center is a value-based specialty Neurology care provider.

As a comprehensive care Neurology group, we believe in providing world-class clinical care, treatment, disease management, support services and education to patients, their families and caregivers. Our teams of Doctors, Nurse Care Coordinators, Social Workers and Case Managers work closely with other providers to develop and implement the optimal combination of tailored care plans and support to patients"

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MS Research

Multiple sclerosis research 2021: Where are we now?

"Multiple sclerosis (MS) causes a wide range of symptoms involving the brain, optic nerves, and spinal cord. Research is only just beginning to reveal who is at risk and what causes the condition"

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New MS Drug

FDA Has Approved a New MS Medication: What to Know

"A new medication for multiple sclerosis (MS) has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

The new medication, Ponvory, is a once-daily oral treatment. It’s been shown to reduce annualized relapse rates and new brain lesions in people with MS"

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