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Fear. Isolation. Confusion.

These feelings are common when someone is diagnosed with MS. Although more than 450,000 people in the United States have multiple sclerosis, people who are newly diagnosed have often never heard of the disease; they don't know where to turn for support.

The MSF is here to help people with MS, but we need your help to reach them. In this section, we provide information about our organization, quick facts about MS, suggested story ideas, and downloadable public service announcements (PSAs). We are happy to answer questions from members of the media and provide resources. Furthermore, we can offer access to medical experts, our executive staff, and people living with MS to share their stories.

For assistance, members of the media are encouraged to contact:

Kasey Minnis
Director of Operations

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