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Multiple Sclerosis disease may leave you feeling frustrated and lonely, but there are thousands of patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals facing the same challenges as you every day. Join the MultipleSclerosis.net community to share your own experiences and learn from others.

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The MultipleSclerosis.net Headlines

Stay up to date on MS news, hear from our patient advocates, and learn from physician experts.The MultipleSclerosis.net blog will provide tips and tools for living with and managing MS.

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MS Experts

In order to stay up to date on latest treatments, drug discovery, clinical studies and how to manage Multiple Sclerosis everyday MultipleSclerosis.net brings you frequent articles, blogs, points of view and advice from leading patient advocates and professional medical experts.

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Share Your Story

Share your experiences with MS and connect with others in the community. When were you diagnosed? Which symptoms do you experience most often? Do you have any tips to share with others? Please take a moment to share your story with us!

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Weekly Featured Polls

The weekly poll is part of an ever-growing series of interactive poll questions that you will see throughout the site. Once you answer the poll question, you may see how others have answered the same question so you may get a sense of how others experiences compare to yours.

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Discussion Forums

Follow ongoing discussion forums, ask questions, or share your experience with MS symptoms, experiences, and treatment options. Do you have a unique question or recommendation you would like to share with the community? You can even start your own discussion!

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Get Involved

Check out the Get Involved section to learn about other ways to join the MS community, including associations, blog carnivals, and twitter chats and more.

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Professional Medical Writers

MultipleSclerosis.net works with professional medical writers to develop core content for this site. These writers are responsible for writing articles that are relevant to the Multiple Sclerosis community that are clear, concise, and scientifically accurate.

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