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Women with MS

By Maryann B. Hunsberger
The many issues surrounding women with MS, from dating and family planning, to routine health exams and emotional issues, are addressed, along with helpful advice from medical professionals


Up Front

By Douglas G. Franklin
MSAA's president and CEO highlights MSAA's ongoing programs and outreach efforts.

Board Member Profile

William Saunders is featured

Ask the Doctor

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

Research News

By Susan Wells Courtney
Highlights from the 2008 World Congress on Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis, held in Montreal, Canada, are featured.

Program Notes

By Peter Damiri
Top MS experts may be accessed through MSAA's online educational video series.

Thoughts about Giving

By Bruce Makous
MSAA's generous contributors, gift annuities, and charitable IRAs.

Symptom Awareness

By Patricia G. Provance, PT, MSCS
This first of three articles on mobility provides important issues and treatment strategies for symptoms associated with ambulation.

Stories to Inspire

By Connie Auron
A reader talks about the "little things" that add up to better living with MS.

Spread the Word

Three informative books from MSAA's Lending Library are featured.

Last Updated on Monday, 25 March 2013 11:25