Thanks for Raising Awareness of Multiple Sclerosis

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by Wendy Henderson |

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In this video from MSGetInvolved (an initiative from the Australian National Multiple Sclerosis Society), young brothers Jonah and Tobey talk about multiple sclerosis and how little is known about the disease despite how many people are affected by it.

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The two thank people who have donated both their time and money to help raise awareness of the disease and talk briefly about how appreciative families like theirs are, who are living with MS, for the various charities that exist to help fund research for finding better treatments and ultimately a cure.

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