MS Organizations & Foundations

Organizations and Foundations

Accelerated Cure ProjectAccelerated Cure Project is dedicated to finding a cure for MS and promotes innovation and collaboration among researchers who can access the organization’s database with a repository of bio-samples

Montel Williams MS FoundationMontel Williams MS Foundation is a project created by the popular talk-show host Montel Williams, who was diagnosed with MS in the 1990s, and it focus on raising awareness and financing for research in the field

Multiple Sclerosis International FederationMultiple Sclerosis International Federation is a global network of MS organisations with 44 members from around the world, and working with about 50 other

Multiple Sclerosis Association of AmericaMultiple Sclerosis Association of America is a non-profit organization founded in 1970 that works to support US families with MS, by providing informational resources and services

Multiple Sclerosis FoundationMultiple Sclerosis Foundation offers a comprehensive approach to help MS patients and their families with educational programs to help people maintain health, well-being and self-sufficiency

Myelin Repair FoundationMyelin Repair Foundation is a non-profit organization focused on finding new therapies to repair myelin, the layer of tissue around the damaged nerves in MS patients. The foundation works in collaboration with major drug companies and is the only one that follows the drug development process from discovery to commercial release

National Multiple Sclerosis SocietyNational Multiple Sclerosis Society is a non-profit organization working at the 50 states through MS activism, advocacy and influence to change the legislation, support research and help families affected by the disease. The Multiple Sclerosis Society is also present in the United Kingdom, Canada and New Zealand


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