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THRIVING WITH MS

Can Do MS delivers educational programs on exercise, nutrition, and symptom management to
inspire and motivate long-lasting change for those with MS and their families to help them thrive.


RECENT NEWS

​YOU DID IT! Over $101,030 Raised!!

Because of you, we surpassed our end-of-year goal, raising over $51,030 and unlocking a $50,000 match to help families with MS attend our health education programs.

Together, we are ensuring that every person with MS has the opportunity to attend a life-changing health education program, regardless of financial ability.

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2017 SKI for MS Dates Announced

Avon, Colo. (January 4, 2017) – SKI for MS (formerly Vertical Express), a day-long community skiing fundraiser benefitting people with multiple sclerosis, will kick off January 28, 2017, with nine events across the country. This year’s SKI for MS series will include three new host mountains in New York. This historical event series, now in its 32nd year, benefits Can Do MS, a national nonprofit organization delivering educational health and wellness programs for families with MS.

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Can Do Multiple Sclerosis and Andrew C. Carlos Multiple Sclerosis Institute at Shepherd Center Partner to Improve MS Patient Health Outcomes

Can Do Multiple Sclerosis (Can Do MS) and the Andrew C. Carlos Multiple Sclerosis Institute at Shepherd Center in Atlanta, Georgia, are pleased to announce a new partnership that combines resources to strengthen health outcomes for people living with multiple sclerosis (MS). The alliance includes program delivery services and longitudinal patient research, creating a scalable patient-centered health model to support hospitals and MS centers across the country.

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Together. Transforming Lives.

February 14, 1994, started out like any other day for Joann. That was until she visited her doctor, where she received devastating news: Joann was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. She thought life was over. She was uncertain about her future. She was even more concerned about her unborn child, as she was pregnant with her second son.

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