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Introducing MS Unites: The Website’s History



Barely a year old, MS Unites formed in August 2015. What started off as a website for people in western New York state very quickly became a global website for patients, caregivers, researchers, doctors and universities to pool their expertise.

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Their aim is to bring all areas of MS together — education, advocacy, and patient awareness — but also to bring together different charities, patient associations, and researchers regardless of whether their views on any MS topics clash.

Reaching out to all groups within the MS community, both online and offline, MS Unites hopes to offer the latest information on treatments, medications, and research from sources worldwide at a grassroots level.

“It is our goal to help END multiple sclerosis and, until that time comes, to help families and patients living with MS achieve best long-term outcomes.”

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