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


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, Facebook, Twitter and more.

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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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In support of our mission we provide access to accurate, current and comprehensive information for people living with MS, their families, our communities and healthcare professionals. Please take advantage of the print, digital and online resources we have available.


  • Click here to view free publications for people living with MS and others.
  • Click here to view our chapter brochure.

Lending Library

  • Click here to access to free books and DVDS through the MSAA Lending Library program. 

Online Programs

  • Can Do MS  is national nonprofit organization that provides innovative lifestyle empowerment programs for people living with MS and their support partners.
  • Knowledge is Power is a free, at-home educational series for people newly diagnosed with MS and their families which provides information about dealing with one of the greatest challenges presented by MS- the unpredictability and uncertainty of the future.
  • MS Learn Online is an online webinar series that covers a wide variety of topics such as information for people newly diagnosed, employment, intimacy, care-partners, alternative therapies and progressive MS.
  • Keep S’myelin is a colorful, engaging, informative and reassuring newsletter to help children and their parents talk and learn about MS together. Each issue is filled with stories, interviews, games and activities that highlight a specific topic related to MS, as well as a special section just for parents.
  • Live Fully, Live Well: A Program for People with MS and Their Support Partners features videos covering topics affecting the whole family living with MS in order to strengthen relationships, increase understanding and promote improved health and quality of life for the person with MS and their support partner.


  • MS Connection Newsletter is a quarterly printed newsletter with articles, information and education in the areas of research, living with MS, local advocacy, local volunteering, local programs and services, and local fundraising. To receive the newsletter via mail or e-mail, please e-mail us.
  • Momentum Magazine is a quarterly magazine including first-person stories by people living with MS, consumer reports, expert opinions from MS specialists, and reports on current events, MS activism and recent advances in MS research. Back issues and selected articles from previous years are available.
  • Bike MS eMagazine is an annual digital magazine about Bike MS containing personal stories, event photos, highlights and more.
  • M-Power eMagazine is bi-annual digital magazine featuring local volunteers and contains volunteer spotlights, volunteer-driven events, photos, videos and more.

Social Media





  • Can Do MS’s monthly webinar series offers insight from MS experts representing different medical disciplines so that participants can gain additional knowledge relating to MS.  Participants interact with a team of Can Do MS Programs Consultants, by asking questions to learn how to actively co-manage their MS from the comfort of their home, free of charge. Click here for further information and dates.


  • The telelearning series provides information and guidance on current matters essential to living one's best life with MS.  The program offers seven different topics annually.  To learn more, register, or listen to previous telelearnings, click here.   


  • The chapter's YouTube channel contains great local and national videos featuring interviews, personal stories, event footage, educational topics and information about MS.


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