About 400,000 people in the United States live with multiple sclerosis, yet awareness among the general public is still fairly low.
Awareness of MS is important for a number of reasons. Public knowledge of symptoms can lead to earlier diagnosis and treatment, and therefore better outcomes.
Additionally, awareness of what MS is and how it impacts individuals and families can lead to more money raised for treatment and cure research, as well as heightened empathy and understanding.
March is MS Awareness Month – the perfect opportunity to teach your friends, family, co-workers and even complete strangers about MS.
Read our MS awareness infographic below to learn about the basics of MS, and share to spread the word.
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