If you're familiar with MS, chances are you're familiar with Tecfidera. It is the most prescribed oral MS therapy for relapsing MS globally. You may currently be taking Tecfidera or you may have heard about it when Biogen released a commercial that didn't quite si...

5. A Neurologist

And not just any neurologist but one that you trust. Whether you’ve opted to take disease-modifying drugs or not, a neurologist needs to be on your speed dial. Why? Because your acupuncturist can’t order an MRI to see your progress or prescribe you medi...

If you are someone with MS who believes you can't find love, this post is for you.

When Jen first met Dan, she had just lost the ability to walk. She didn't think she'd ever find a man who'd want to be with a woman in a wheelchair. We're happy to report she was wrong.

Wa...

Hello there! Our week has been busy as usual, but we are happy to be able to bring you some good medical news. From more insight into the causes of MS (processed foods and a very sneaky mutated gene), to ever growing research into advanced treatments and possibly even...

I first met Lydia Emily in 2013 when we were commissioned to make a short film about a survivor of sex trafficking for CHIME FOR CHANGE. Right away, I knew I wanted to celebrate the resilience of Jessica, the woman we profiled, and I could think of no better way to do...

Recently I learned that a former co-worker, Jenise, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2015. I heard about her diagnosis from a Facebook post where she proudly shared some good news - The Copaxone was working! No new lesions!

This was, of course, excellent news, b...

My multiple sclerosis helped me define myself as a human being. As my immune system ate away at my nervous system, I discovered the simultaneous separation of and connection between my physical self and my mental self. My diagnosis of this incurable disease led me to r...

John Arbino is not your ordinary hero.

In 2003, while serving as an Intelligence Officer for the US Army, he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. After experiencing an exacerbation which made walking difficult, John moved to a wheelchair. But this turn of events only...

Guest Post by Modern Day MS blogger Beth Prystowsky.

The day I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, I took my kids out for sushi. My kids were four and six at the time. It was September; my son had just started at a new school and my daughter was in preschool for only...

Social Media Director for Project Rebirth, Department of Army Civilian and prior OIF/OND contractor, Monica Davis, has partnered up with Kate Milliken, founder of MyCounterpane, to ask an important question to veterans everywhere -

How has transitioning out of the...

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