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National Multiple Sclerosis Education and Awareness Month Has Arrived: Ready, Set, Shine!

3/3/2010

“Ready, Set, Shine.” The MSF has chosen this theme for National Multiple Sclerosis Education and Awareness Month (NMSEAM) to acknowledge the many people with MS who have not only prepared themselves as much as possible for living with a chronic, unpredictable disease, but also have continued to lead active, fulfilling and productive lives.

During NMSEAM, as well as all year long, we encourage everyone with MS to feel good about their achievements, to keep striving for more, and to keep “shining on.” During the month of March the MSF will be presenting an array of educational programs throughout the country, providing you with access to many MS experts who will bring you the latest information on how to stay active with MS.

For information on those programs click here. No matter where you live, you can participate in our teleconferences on the topics of maximizing mobility and staying open to change. Click on Maximizing Mobility and Staying Open to Change to find out dates and times.

 



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