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Stay Informed

Stay informed about MS research, programs, events and more.

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There are many ways to connect with others who are passionate about creating a world free of multiple sclerosis, to get involved in the MS movement, and to stay informed about MS research, programs, events and more.


MS Connection Newsletter

MS Connection is a local newsletter with news and information for people living with MS, their families and friends. Topics include local programs and resources, advocacy and public policy, advances in research, volunteer positions, fundraising events, and giving opportunities.

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MS News & Press

Read the latest about multiple sclerosis — news on promising treatments, legislation affecting people living with MS, updates on the Society and its functions, and people living with MS.

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Online MS Community

Connect with others whose lives are affected by multiple sclerosis. There are many online resources, including MSconnection.org, Facebook, Twitter and more.

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Momentum

Momentum is the largest MS-related publication in the world. The award-winning quarterly magazine includes first-person stories by people living with multiple sclerosis, consumer reports, expert opinion from MS specialists, and reports on current events, MS activism and recent advances in MS research.

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With Walk MS, MuckFest MS, Bike MS and other fundraising events coming up soon, as well as new programs and services for people living with MS and their families being announced all the time, it is essential that you stay informed. Everyone living with MS who registers with the National MS Society will receive our quarterly local MSConnection newsletter (see the link on the left) as well as the national Momentum magazine. And, if you want timely information about local activities and the latest in research delivered via email, sign up for our e-newsletter

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