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George Joubran (second from left) and his cousins Nour Hage, Vanessa Kmeid and Yasmeen Hage perform at the 2014 National MS Society Leadership Conference. George, along with his cousins and siblings, rewrote the lyrics to reflect the fight against MS. Photo by Sheryl Taylor Photography

The ‘Roar’ of defeating MS

Fall 2015

Kids create their own fundraising version of Katy Perry’s music video, “Roar.”


Society invests $28 million in new research

Summer 2015

Learn about the latest projects being supported by Society funding.


Drawing strength

Spring 2015

In this exclusive Q&A, Meghan Berkheiser, the artist who created the cover illustration for the summer issue of Momentum, discusses her creative process and her MS.

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MS research hot off the press

Fall 2014

More than 8,500 investigators convened in Boston on September 10-13, 2014 to present findings and share ideas at the ACTRIMS-ECTRIMS (Americas and European Committees for Treatment and Research in MS) joint meeting, the world’s largest gathering dedicated to MS research.

Dr. Barry Arnason receives the John Dystel Prize.

Celebrating a pioneer of MS research

Summer 2014

Dr. Barry Arnason of the University of Chicago is awarded the 2014 John Dystel Prize for his research in T cells and multiple sclerosis.

Chilling inserts can help alleviate overheating for people with MS. Photo by Chip SImons.

A ‘cool’ product guide

Summer 2014

Here are several product ideas to help you stay cool during your favorite activities.

Patricia Lay-Dorsey on a scooter.

Self-portrait of life with MS

Photographer Patricia Lay-Dorsey documents her daily life with MS through a compelling photographic narrative. View Momentum’s selections from her book, “Falling Into Place.”


[VIDEO] Shemar Moore rides in Bike MS

Watch Shemar Moore ride in Bike MS —and talk about why he does it.


Horse sense

Spring 2014

Learn how horses are trained to assist people with MS to improve balance, strength and flexibility.


Existing medication offers new hope

Winter 2013-2014

Society seizes opportunities to advance solutions for progressive MS.

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