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The Oregon Chapter serves all of Oregon and Clark County, Washington

 

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Visit the walk MS website

Visit the bike MS website

 

Get to know Jewls Krentz, Oregon Chapter client and volunteer
Get to know Jewls Krentz, Oregon Chapter client and volunteer

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Click here for more info about our Parents with MS program
Parents with children of any age can call
or email our licensed counselor to talk
about parenting, MS and parenting with MS
Learn more about our Parents with MS program
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National MS Society MySpace page

National MS Society YouTube site
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http://www.providence.org/oregon/programs_and_services/brain/multiplesclerosis/registryoverview.htm 
The Providence Multiple Sclerosis Center is trying to come up with the real number of people with MS, and where they are located.  Please consider participating to benefit MS research and advocacy!
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Every time you have an IM conversation using Windows Live™ Messenger, Microsoft will donate a portion of its advertising revenue to the National MS Society. Visit im.live.com to join now.
 

Oregon Health & Science University, MS Center welcomes new physicians to their staff. 

Dr. Rebecca Spain, a neurologist, did a postdoctoral fellowship in MS at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia; Dr. Edward Kim finished a two-year fellowship with the MS Center and is staying on as faculty; and Dr. Michelle Cameron is a National MS Society funded Sylvia Lawry Fellow. 

With the addition of the new physician staff, OHSU
MS Center is accepting new patients for ongoing care.
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For a list of wheelchair accessible places, events, and services in Portland, try this new blog:  www.whereslulu.com
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WWW.PPARX.ORG/intro.php
PPA helps qualifying patients who lack prescription coverage get the medicines they need through a program that’s right for them. Many will get them free or nearly free. Visit the PPA website or call 1-888-477-2669.
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myMSmyway 
My MS My Way—Your guide to using
technology to help improve the way you
live with MS. myMSmyWAY.com

 

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