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Most of the information found on this website comes from RSS Feeds. It is an automated task that provides the information to you. We try to limit items that are duplicates, but with many feeds this can be difficult. Since the owner of this website also has MS and is legally blind this service was necessary to keep the website running with as much automation as possible. Volunteers help from time to time but many have disabilities themselves. We thank you for visiting us and hope that MSC can be of service to you and your loved ones.

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This site is designed to inform and support those with Multiple Sclerosis. It is not a comprehensive medical guide to the disease. This information is taken from many different resources. The writings on this site are not intended to diagnose nor treat. The ideas and writings seen here are not to be substituted for the medical advice of a practicing physician. Prayer is a wonderful treatment but when God does not heal someone it may be necessary for medical treatment of MS

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22 September 2019
Pop Culture'Blinking Guy' Channels Meme Fame Into Multiple Sclerosis Fundraiser Listen · 2:05 2:05If you've been on social media in the past two years, you've probably seen Drew Scanlon's face as the "blinking white guy" gif. He's now raising money f...
22 September 2019
Shelly Sheffield maintains an optimistic outlook on her life.Not even Multiple Sclerosis has affected the Gore resident negatively after first she was diagnosed 30 years ago.    "I'm in contact with a lot people who have MS, and it can be a very lone...
21 September 2019
Clairissa Baker, St. Cloud Times Published 1:49 p.m. CT Sept. 21, 2019CONNECTCOMMENTEMAILMOREST. CLOUD — A St. Cloud physical therapist who decided to run across the state after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis broke the 400-mile mark of his j...
21 September 2019
You've seen it. You may have shared it in your social media feeds. Now, the man you see blinking in a widely-used GIF used to express confusion or disbelief wants your help so he can help those fighting Multiple Sclerosis.The famous blinking GIF is D...
21 September 2019
While rituximab does not carry indications for the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) or aquaporin-4-positive (AQP4) neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder (NMOSD), the CD20-depleting therapy and its biosimilars are commonly used off-label, as the ...

National MS Society News

23 September 2019

This is a list of all national news for the National MS Society.

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