Multiple Sclerosis – How You Can Help



By Lance Winslow

MS or Multiple Sclerosis is something that affects one in every 1,000 people in America. It is quite serious and the body’s own immune system is the culprit, as it attacks the body’s central nervous system, with often horrible consequences. One thing you can do is to spread awareness, volunteer to help or donate money to groups such as the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Multiple Sclerosis Foundation or the MSAA Multiple Sclerosis Association of America. Every bit helps, money helps too, in order to continue the much needed research to find a solution.

Luckily, there has been some recent notable progress and perhaps within the decade MS, will no longer be a problem, still your assistance is needed. As an online writer, I believe that I can help by spreading awareness and if you are a writer, perhaps you too might learn more so you can help get the word out, so folks understand the serious nature of MS. If you will take a stand, write some articles, talk to friends or help to raise money, maybe MS can be stopped for good.

The National Multiple Sclerosis society for instance advocates scientific research and helps with funding, while simultaneous, educating those with MS and the public. They urge citizens to take charge and create activism in communities and cities. Without such support, the much needed funding will fall short of its goals. March is National Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month, so now would be a good time to do a lot of good for those afflicted with MS, so they can lead normal and healthy lives in the future. Please do your part.

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  1. This is one of the disease that people are least aware of. Its nice to read a article about it. I agree with you that awareness regarding MS should be increased.

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