The Treatment and Management of MS Exacerbations – Webinar Replay

Brought to you by the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America


Ben Thrower, MD
Medical Director, MS Institute at the Shepherd Center – Atlanta, GA


The  Multiple Sclerosis Association of America is a wonderful resource for all of us with MS.

Linda Grace Cox



Source: Multiple Sclerosis Association of America


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  3. Hi Linda. Thank you so much for this video about the treatment and management of MS. Although it’s for an hour, I watched it till the end and I learned a lot. By the way, if you don’t mind. I want to ask something. When did you start blogging and what inspired you to blog?

    • Candice,
      I started learning about blogging the summer of 2009 and started my first blog, in October 2009. I’m sure you heard that I had intended to work as a counselor when my kids were in school. MS put a speed bump in my plans so I started blogging to share what I have learned in my 48 years of experience. It lead to realizing my purpose in my circumstances and MSrelief was started in December 2010. It is evolving into a wonderful place and when we formally launch in about a month, it will be even better! Tell me what your blog is about, I can’t read anything except English!

  4. My spouse and I stumbled over here by a different web page and thought I may as well check things out. I like what I see so now i am following you. Look forward to checking out your web page for a second time.

  5. Hi Linda,
    Thanks for sharing the Webinar replay on Multiple Sclerosis. I learned that it is a chronic, progressive, unpredictable disease of the brain and spinal cord and affects motor, sensory, and cognitive functions of the body.

    • Larry,
      Thanks! I think education is everything! I remember when I was diagnosed I had no idea what multiple sclerosis was. When people asked what I had, I told them muscular dystrophy! I see you are into natural remedies! Looks like I’ve got a lot to learn from you also!

  6. Can anyone who is taking Gilenya plz get intouch.

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