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According to, World MS Day is officially marked every year on the last Wednesday of May.

If you want to take part, here’s a challenge they suggested: “Tell the world how you’re independent”

Tell us how you do that by completing the sentence “MS doesn’t stop me…”

Then, share your photos and stories on social media and don’t forget to use the hashtag #strongerthanMS and #MSNewsToday. We’ll feature your posts later.

“Together we’ll generate thousands of messages that celebrate the huge range of things that people with MS can do, raise awareness and inspire action around the world. Together we are #strongerthanMS.”

Learn about other ways you can take part here:

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Andreia has a degree in New Communication Technologies and experience in social media, design and tech. She is eager to find new ways to communicate and explore her curiosity about science and technology.
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One comment

  1. Eddie Nash says:

    And it is great that now there is hope on the horizon for those with RRMS.

    Dr Burt and Sanjay Gupta, MD, moderates a discussion with Richard K. Burt, MD, Chief of the Division of Immunotherapy, Department of Medicine, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, and two of his patients, Elizabeth Cougentakis and Grace Meihaus.

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