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Managing MS

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New mom Elisabeth Léger, with her eight-month-old daughter.

The Managing MS campaign aims to educate and empower Canadians affected by multiple sclerosis on the resources available to help them navigate their condition and advocate for their own healthcare. By spreading awareness of some of the leading innovations and resources for patients, loved ones, and caregivers affected by MS, this campaign will act as a comprehensive guide to help improve quality of life and reduce stigmas.

Equity and Inclusion Are Crucial in Access to MS Care

Multiple Sclerosis does not discriminate, but we’re still seeing health inequities and systemic discrimination within the healthcare system.

Ensuring Continuity of MS Care During the Pandemic

During COVID-19, patients and doctors alike have had to learn new tricks to ensure continuity of care with managing multiple sclerosis.

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New mom Elisabeth Léger, with her eight-month-old daughter.

For Gaby Mammone, Positivity Is Key in Her Journey with MS

Gaby Mammone was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at the age of 30. Now, almost 17 years later, she’s an ambassador with the MS Society of Canada.

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Photo courtesy of Tania Haldar

Cost-Effective Options Are Making Treatment More Accessible for Canadians with MS

Affordable Multiple Sclerosis medications are contributing to the sustainability of the Canadian healthcare system while providing effective therapy.

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Nicky Nash shot by Neil Zeller

There’s No Cure for MS, But There Is a Way Forward

Living with and managing multiple sclerosis (MS) today is a whole different landscape than it was just 30 years ago.

Canadians with MS Are Encouraged to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine

While we still face challenges in the fight against COVID-19, Canada’s vaccine roll-out is an important step to help prevent the disease.

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