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MS Connection - Fall 2013
In this month's issue...
- A Vintage Affair for MS, November 15, New Orleans
- The Tyranny of the To-Do List
- A Song of Faith, from one of our Scholarship Winners
- Dive into Recovery Program makes a big Splash
- Strengthening the Bonds of Empathy
- Society Scholarships Allow Students a chance to make a difference
- South Central Update
- People's Health adds Virtual Team to Bike MS: Louisiana
- My Camp Story - Amazing New Experience
- Gilenya Study Needs Persons with Relapsing-Remitting MS
- Research Update
SummerSummerSummerSummerSummer 20Past Editions
Summer 2013 Making Connections and a Difference at 2013 Public Policy Conference,
Remembering MS Ambassador Annette Funicello and much more
Winter 2013 Dallas Luncheon Raises over &170,000, Kritzer's Legacy Lives on, Research Round-Up and much more
Fall 2012 Society Scholarships, MSActivists stay busy year round, Research news and much more
Summer 2012 Learn about Bike MS in Texas, Weathering the heat of the summer, and research roundup.
Spring 2012 Learn about cool bands, and how we got 50,000 pairs, find a wellness class near you, research roundup and much more
Winter 2012 Read about Earl Campbell's family connection with MS, a car show in the Panhandle, the MS Experience, Pregnancy and MS, research news, . . . and much more.
Fall 2011 MSConnection Read about our Research Roundup, Live Fully, Live well - a wellness and health program, learn what Activists accomplished during the 2011 Legislative sessions, and Managing Pediatric MS.
Summer 2011: Read about free upcoming teleconferences for persons with MS and their families; research updates; corporate partners leading recycling efforts at Society fundraising events; and more.
Spring 2011: Read personal stories from bike and walk participants who are mobilizing statewide to do something about MS; a feature on a horseback rider with MS; a profile on Because We Can, a group of cyclists with MS; news from famed Houston Oiler Earl Campbell and his son Tyler; and much more.
Winter 2011: Read about camps for persons with MS, donor bequests, corporate partners, research and more.
Fall 2010: Learn about coping with holiday stress, advocacy priorities for the 2011 Texas Legislative Session, the benefits of yoga classes offered by the Society, scholarship recipients, local research conferences, a Paralympic competitor with MS from Houston and more.
Summer 2010: It's a fresh new look with articles on ways to keep your cool in the Texas heat, summer travel sites and free travel resources, 2010 Volunteer Hall of Fame inductees, spring Bike MS events, research and more.
Winter 2010: In this issue for the January - March 2010 quarter, read about our new collaborative regional structure, personal stories of MS management, upcoming events and more.
Fall 2009: Research developments and clinical studies in Texas, Fall Walk MS, Bike MS: Valero ride from San Antonio, volunteering, personal stories about living with multiple sclerosis and more.
Summer 2009: Scholarships, MS Entrepreneurs, MS Workplace Online, research developments and more.
Spring 2009: MS and the military, stem cells, prescription 411, vitamin D, clinical trials and more.
Winter 2009: MS activism, MS Awareness Week 2009, pediatric MS, research, yoga and more.
Fall 2008: Coping with holiday stress, alternative medical therapies, MS research round-up, financial planning and more.
Summer 2008: The chapter's first MS Research Symposium, how your Kroger PlusCard can help Texans with MS, coping with depression, managing fatigue and more.
Spring 2008: Reopening our Corpus Christi office, invisible MS symptoms, choosing the right health care provider, profiles of people with MS and more.
Winter 2008: Dealing with an MS diagnosis, the many faces of MS, fundraising, the Volunteer Hall of Fame and more.
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