MS EDUCATION & SERVICES
iConquerMS™ – is an initiative by and for individuals living with MS who understand the need to contribute their ideas and their health data to fuel research. It is the only MS research initiative that is non-profit, patient-governed, and part of a larger nationwide research network, called PCORnet. As part of PCORnet, iConquerMS™ is able to contribute health data to many research efforts, while also providing MS researchers access to data from millions of people from across the country. Through the iConquerMS.org website/portal, people living with MS can contribute their data, which is then used in the aggregate by researchers to find patterns that might not be visible otherwise. These patterns and insights may help researchers figure out the causes of MS, determine who will respond best to various therapies, and find new improved treatments for the disease.
Mother To Baby – Worried that multiple sclerosis or the medications you’re taking for it might affect your pregnancy? Call the experts at MotherToBaby, a service of the Organization of Teratology Information Specialists (OTIS), toll-FREE at 866-626-6847. MotherToBaby provides FREE counseling about exposures to medications and more during pregnancy; it also has a library of fact sheets on www.MotherToBaby.org.
Allsup – Social Security Disability Representation Medicare Plan Selection Service
Staying Smart – Staying Smart is a website designed for people who want to know (or know more) about how MS can affect thinking. Not everyone with MS will experience difficulties in this area. But for those who do, information can be hard to find.
Tarita’s Travel Connections – Travel should be Inclusive, not Exclusive. Throughout Tarita’s seventeen years in the industry, she has become an expert in creating dream vacations for those who thought dream vacations were for other people. As a Certified Special Needs Travel Advocate, she takes great pride in ensuring that, regardless of your level of mobility or ability, you will have the experience of a lifetime.
The Use of Disease-Modifying Therapies in MS: Principles and Current Evidence, a Consensus Paper by the Multiple Sclerosis Coalition.
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