What is MS?

MS is a chronic neurological condition that affects the central nervous system, which is comprised of the brain and spinal cord.

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Get Educated

"Knowledge is the antidote to fear." – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Statistics indicate that, each week, more than 200 people are diagnosed with MS – approximately one person every hour of the day. Yet, unless you or someone you love is personally affected, you may know little about it, or hold common misconceptions about the illness. 

For those living with the condition, education is the key to a better quality of life. Learning about available treatments, symptom management, and coping techniques gives those with MS the tools to live at their best.

In an effort to eliminate these fears, and in order to help those with MS achieve a better quality of life, MS Focus provides educational materials and sponsors educational events, for every audience, at every level of MS knowledge, completely free of charge.