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  1. Momentum Magazine : National Multiple Sclerosis Society Momentum, the award-winning quarterly magazine of the National MS Society, is the largest MS-related publication in the world.
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  3. Research News : National Multiple Sclerosis Society Read the latest feature stories on research covered in Momentum, the magazine of the National MS Society.
  4. Books : National Multiple Sclerosis Society The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is proud to be a source of information about multiple sclerosis and maintains the largest collection of MS information in the world.
  5. Get Involved : National Multiple Sclerosis Society MuckFest® MS is the fun mud and obstacle 5K that requires no special training. If you can laugh, you can do it. Have a blast on mountains of mud and outrageous obstacles.
  6. Staying Mobile : National Multiple Sclerosis Society When symptoms of MS such as fatigue, weakness, incoordination, sensory changes in feet or hands, vision problems, or cognitive changes interfere with driving safely, an occupational therapist or certified ADED driving specialist can assess your needs and recommend adaptations and tools (.pdf), and vehicle or van modifications to help keep you driving as long as possible.
  7. MS Connection Newsletter : National Multiple Sclerosis Society MS Connection is a quarterly newsletter that helps everyone affected by MS live their best life, featuring news and information regarding programs and resources in your area, advocacy and public policy, advances in research, volunteer positions, fundraising events, and giving opportunities.
  8. Contact Us : National Multiple Sclerosis Society The National MS Society is a collective of passionate individuals who want to do something about MS now — to move together toward a world free of multiple sclerosis.
  9. Ocrevus : National Multiple Sclerosis Society This medication is taken by intravenous (IV) infusion. Description. Ocrevus® is a humanized monoclonal antibody that targets CD20 positive B lymphocytes ( a type of white blood cell), which contribute to nerve damage in MS.
  10. Walking (Gait) Difficulties : National Multiple Sclerosis ... Most gait problems can be helped to some extent by physical therapy, stretching exercises, the use of appropriate assistive devices and, in some cases, medications for spasticity, fatigue, and walking speed (e.g., Ampyra). Your physical therapist may suggest exercises or gait training such as vestibular exercises — designed to induce brief periods of loss of balance.