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When Children Have MS

By Susan Wells Courtney
Despite very limited research, MS specialists work to diagnose, treat, and monitor pediatric MS, while helping kids and teens pursue their goals.


Up Front

By Douglas G. Franklin
MSAA's president and CEO talks about MSAA's high level of activity.

Board Member Profile: Bob Manley

By Amanda Bednar

Ask the Doctor

By Jack Burks, MD
MSAA's chief medical officer answers questions sent in by readers.

Research News

By Jack Burks, MD
Important study results presented at the ECTRIMS conference in Prague.

Program Notes

By Amanda Bednar and John Masino
MSAA's new website offers many new features, providing easier access to information, programs, volunteering, and making donations.

Thoughts about Giving

By Bruce Makous
Inspiring stories of generosity and MSAA's President's Circle reception are highlighted.

Symptom Awareness

By Susan Wells Courtney
Swallowing dysfunction is a common and challenging symptom of MS.

Health and Wellness

By Shelley Peterman Schwarz
Tips and recipes are available for individuals with chewing or swallowing problems.

Stories to Inspire

By Barbara P. Marchant
A reader of The Motivator talks about overcoming challenges to fulfill her dream.

Spread the Word

Two informative books and one video from MSAA's Lending Library are featured.

Last Updated on Monday, 25 March 2013 10:38