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Together, we work to provide all MS patients with fair and just opportunities to achieve optimal health. The Source—the highest achievement of that aim—is a centralized, comprehensive, searchable, and easily navigable site made up of patient resources developed by MS patient advocacy organizations.

The Source is a destination for patients, care partners, clinicians, and industry leaders seeking credible, actionable information and culturally relevant resources

Mother and Daughter

MS Leadership Spotlight

Hollie Schmidt

VP of Scientific Operations

Accelerated Cure Project

“MS breakthroughs and advances are only successful if they benefit everyone.”

Stuart Schlossman

President, Founder and a person living with MS

MS Views & News

“We all play a role in ensuring all patients with MS achieve health equity.”

Amanda Montague

Chief Mission Officer

Multiple Sclerosis Association of America

“All individuals living with MS deserve the same opportunity to the best possible health and quality of life outcomes.”

Hannah Ott

Senior Director, Corporate Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Relations

National Multiple Sclerosis Society

“More than 75 years of progress toward creating a world free of MS.”

Tyler Campbell

MS Ambassador

Pro Player Foundation

“I’m able to reach more people than I ever could have while running down the field with a football. That’s why I say my disease is a blessing.”

Victoria Reese

Co-Founder and CEO

We Are Ill

“Fighting for a world where black women with MS are seen and heard.”

MS in Harmony Logo

An award-winning music therapy resource




A friendly, supportive, informative space where you can discover the effects of multiple sclerosis (MS) on the body and mind—and the potential effect of music therapy as it relates to the physical, mental, and emotional aspects of MS.

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Health equity is achieved when every person has the opportunity to “attain his or her full health potential” and no one is “disadvantaged from achieving this potential because of social position or other socially determined circumstances."