As we celebrate Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month, we’re asking you to share what MS means to you.
To participate, just grab a piece of paper and write down what MS means to you. (Don’t forget to include #MSNewsToday.) Take a selfie (or ask someone to take the picture of you) holding the piece of paper. The only requirement is that what you’ve written is clearly legible. Once you have a great photo, post it on whatever social media platform you’d like (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Pinterest) and include two hashtags: #MSAwarenessMonth and #MSNewsToday.
To help you get a sense of what this challenge is all about, here’s an example of what your post should look like:
Can we count on you? Share what MS means to you and let’s spread the word!
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