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    FDA Accepts BrainStorm’s NurOwn® IND Application for Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

    December 17th, 2018

    BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics Inc. announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has accepted the Investigational New Drug (IND) application to initiate a Phase 2 clinical trial of NurOwn® for the treatment of progressive multiple sclerosis.

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    ​Alkermes and Biogen Announce Submission of a New Drug Application to U.S. Food and Drug Administration for Diroximel Fumarate in Multiple Sclerosis

    December 17th, 2018

    Diroximel fumarate was designed to provide patients with relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis a novel oral fumarate with a differentiated profile. The data encompassed in the regulatory package underscore diroximel fumarate’s potential to be a meaningful, new treatment option for the MS community.

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    Can Do MS Retains Highest Recognition from Charity Navigator

    December 14th, 2018

    This is the 10th time that Can Do MS has earned a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, showing the organization uses donor dollars in a fiscally responsible way to further its mission of delivering health and wellness education programs that help families with MS thrive.

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    Jack Osbourne, Star of "You Don't Know Jack About MS," Opens Up About His MS Journey

    December 2nd, 2018

    Recently, Can Do MS had the chance to chat with reality star and television personality, Jack Osbourne. Jack is 33 years-old, father of three, and has been living with MS for 5 years. After his diagnosis, Jack partnered with Teva Neuroscience to create the web series You Don’t Know Jack About MS

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    EMD Serono and Can Do MS Deliver Educational Programs and Support Groups to Multiple Sclerosis Caregivers

    October 25th, 2018

    ROCKLAND, Mass. (October 25, 2018) – Embracing Carers™, the global initiative designed to increase awareness and action about the often-overlooked needs of caregivers, today announced a new collaboration with Can Do Multiple Sclerosis to fill the shortage of resources focused on the unique needs, concerns, and unmet challenges of MS Care Partners.

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    This September, join the #CanDoMonth movement to inspire others and spread awareness of multiple sclerosis

    August 29th, 2018

    Can Do Multiple Sclerosis launched their annual, online campaign today that encourages people living with MS, as well as their friends and supporters, to share how they thrive with MS during September’s Can Do Month celebration.

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    The Village at Squaw Valley® Raises a Glass this Labor Day Weekend with 29th Annual Foam Fest and 30th Annual Alpen Wine Fest 

    August 22nd, 2018

    Two of the most popular events for wine and beer enthusiasts return to North Lake Tahoe and benefit non-profit organizations Achieve Tahoe and Can Do Multiple Sclerosis

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    Can Do MS is Partnering with Lokai to Help Families Living With MS Thrive

    August 1st, 2018

    Can Do MS is thrilled to announce its partnership with Lokai's #ChooseToChange Campaign! From August 2018 to August 2019, you can #ChooseToChance the world by helping families living with MS thrive!

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    Pro Cyclist Tyler Hamilton’s Annual MS Global Bike Tour Comes to Moab to Raise Funds for Multiple Sclerosis

    July 10th, 2018

    MS Global 2018, a seven-day annual charitable bicycle tour founded by former professional cyclist Tyler Hamilton to raise funds for families with multiple sclerosis (MS), will be held in Moab, Utah, from Sept. 23 to Sept. 30. 

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    The MS Journey

    June 14th, 2018

    Like many others, I was diagnosed with MS in the prime of my life. At the time, I was a neurosurgical ICU nurse, a graduate student, an active pianist, and a competitive weightlifter. I was also a person who stuck to a detailed “five-year plan” and never asked others for help. Then, MS came along and changed everything.

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