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To improve the quality of life for those affected by MS through a collaborative network of independent MS organizations.
The Multiple Sclerosis Coalition (MSC) was founded in 2005 by three independent multiple sclerosis (MS) organizations in an effort to work together to benefit individuals with MS. Since that time, we have grown to nine member organizations, all of whom provide critical MS programs and services.
Our vision is to improve the quality of life for those affected by MS through a collaborative national network of independent MS organizations. Our mission is to increase opportunities for cooperation and provide greater leverage in collaborative and effective use of resources for the benefit of the entire MS community.
Our primary objectives are to educate, advocate, collaborate, and improve the efficiency of services for individuals with MS and those who are close to them. We provide critical momentum to work together to enhance these exciting MS initiatives and to ensure this collective support continues.
Member organization @iamIOMSN operates the website https://t.co/SXEKhu8qoP, where MS patients can find excellent resources on symptoms and symptom management. If you haven't visited before, stop by today!
@AcceleratedCure has exciting news! Robert McBurney steps down as President and CEO and assumes the position of Chief Research Officer, and Sara Loud will succeed Robert McBurney as President and CEO. Read the press release here https://t.co/dOt3K6aTaA
ICYMI - Check out this free webinar about MS Research Mythbusting, co-hosted by member organization's @AcceleratedCure and @MSassociation! To watch the full webinar, presented by Mitzi Joi Williams, MD, click here - https://t.co/YrazjfoH25
Member organization @MSViewsandNews recently presented their 10th Annual MS Symposium. If you weren't able to watch live, we have good news. The event can be streamed here: https://t.co/MrrYq8cpHD. Check it out today!
Great news for NY subway riders with disabilities! Member organization @UnitedSpinal shared this article about how the MTA will be working with to make their stations more accessible. Be sure to retweet and follow, so you don't miss any updates from the Coalition!