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Momentum, the award-winning magazine of the National MS Society, is the largest MS-related publication in the world. The quarterly includes first-person stories by people living their best lives with MS, consumer reports, expert opinion from MS specialists, and reports on MS activism and recent, life-changing advances in MS research.

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Back Issues

Summer 2013



Spring 2013



Winter 2012-13


Fall 2012


Summer 2012

*All issues of Momentum after Summer 2013 can be found on Momentum Online.

Print Edition

The print edition is free to anyone with MS. Call your chapter to request it. It is also free to healthcare professionals who are on chapter referral lists. All others are invited to read it online.

If you currently receive the print edition and prefer the digital version, please let us know by calling 1-866-675-4787.

For Advertisers

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Reasons to advertise

Momentum offers access to the most sophisticated, best-informed, most cutting-edge information about multiple sclerosis and offers advertisers a targeted pipeline to reach key decision makers and influencers in the buying market.

  1. Families are insured. People with multiple sclerosis and their families are more likely to be insured and make more than the median income.
  2. Women are the decision makers. Women ages 35-55, those most likely to have MS, are primary financial decision-makers in their households.
  3. Digitally savvy audience. Readers engage in content on a broad cross-format platform. While preference for print remains strong, just over half of readers in a 2012 survey said they preferred to access Momentum content digitally (online, tablet, smartphone).

Advertising Sales

Elisa N. Beerbohm, National Senior Manager – Corporate Relations/Ad Sales
National MS Society
Broadway Station 900 South Broadway
Suite 200
Denver, CO 80209
303-698-6100 x15204