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Children's Hope for Understanding Multiple Sclerosis (CHUMS):
CHUMS is a program designed to enhance awareness and comprehension levels of children whose lives are affected by MS.
This organization is committed to connecting, supporting and empowering children who have parents with multiple sclerosis.
Montel Williams MS Foundation:
The goal of the Montel Williams MS Foundation is to further the scientific study of MS and disseminate information to survivors, their loved ones and the general public.
MS Awareness Foundation (MSAF):
The goal of MSAF is to promote self-awareness and educate the public at large about the health and lifestyle challenges facing those affected with the disease.
An online community with information pertaining to multiple sclerosis.
An online community for all people with MS and their care partners.
Multiple Sclerosis Association of America:
MSAA's mission is to ease the day-to-day challenges of individuals with multiple sclerosis and their care partners.
Multiple Sclerosis Foundation (MSF):
MSF's primary mission is to ensure the best quality of life for those coping with MS by providing comprehensive support and educational programs.
Multiple Sclerosis International Federation:
The MSIF is an international body linking the activities of National MS Societies around the world.
Multiple Sclerosis National Research Institute:
The Multiple Sclerosis National Research Institute is a division of Torrey Pines Institute for Molecular Studies, a not-for-profit basic research center dedicated to the discovery and development of innovative research methods that lead to treatments for major medical conditions, including multiple sclerosis.
Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada:
The MS Society of Canada's mission is to be a leader in finding a cure for multiple sclerosis and enabling people affected by MS to enhance their quality of life.
The Myelin Project aims to accelerate research on myelin repair. Myelin can be destroyed by hereditary neurodegenerative disorders such as the leukodystrophies, and by acquired diseases such as multiple sclerosis.
Myelin Repair Foundation:
The Myelin Repair Foundation's mission is to rapidly accelerate the discovery of myelin repair treatments to improve the lives of people suffering from Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
National Multiple Sclerosis Society:
The Society and its network of chapters nationwide promote research, educate, advocate on critical issues, and organize a wide range of programs - including support for the newly diagnosed and those living with MS over time.
US Against MS:
United Support Against Multiple Sclerosis is an all volunteer organization dedicated to helping Marylanders with Multiple Sclerosis.
Visit our Medical Encyclopedia to learn more about Multiple Sclerosis.
For more information about the Maryland Center for Multiple Sclerosis, please call 410-328-5605.