Search Discussions

Main Content

Featured Discussion

Maura

Living life with MS is better with support from friends, family, neighbors and healthcare professionals. This month, in honor of National Family Caregivers Month, we invite you to join us for a conversation honoring MS carepartners. Tell us what you value most from your carepartner. And if you’re a… Read More

MS_Navigators

There is exciting progress being made through innovative research related to the potential of many types of stem cells for slowing MS disease activity and for repairing damage to the nervous system. Join us for a conversation about stem cells and MS. Share your thoughts and questions below. And check back later… Read More

MS_Navigators

This month, more than 7,000 scientists will convene to present findings on virtually every aspect of research to stop MS, restore function and end the disease forever at the world’s largest gathering dedicated to MS research. What areas of research do you find most promising? Where would you like to see more… Read More

rosanecastro
Nutrition

I fell in love with nutritional healing when I had my first child in 1996.  When I was diagnosed with MS in 2009, even though I was scared and chose at first Copaxone, I made a decision to give my body a chance to find its way to healing through nutrition.  After ordering all the books on Amazon.com about MS… Read More

vtkaty
Sugar

Have started late, I too did great on a pescatarian diet with no wheat, gluten,  dairy and sugar. The last being the crucial element for me, Read More

MS_Navigators
June Discussion of the Month

Wellness involves more than just treatment of your MS. It is a dynamic state of physical, emotional, spiritual and social well-being. What do you do to stay healthy and happy? Any tips or strategies you'd like to share with other community members? Struggles you'd like support addressing? Read More