The MS MindShift presents:
A New View of MS
Celgene and MSAA are hosting MS MindShift events across the country to educate multiple sclerosis (MS) patients and their families on the critical role the brain plays in MS, and what you can do to help keep your brain as healthy as possible, for as long as possible.
Take a look at the MS MindShift: A New View of MS in action!
Amanda Montague (Vice President of Education and Healthcare Relations, MSAA), Caroline Craven (Patient Spokesperson), Cathy Chester (Patient Spokesperson), and Dr. Barry Singer (Director of The MS Center for Innovations in Care at Missouri Baptist Medical Center, St. Louis, MO) at our MS MindShift event in Liberty State Park this past May.
Elevating the mind-body conversation
Let’s talk about
MS and the brain
When your brain is healthy, the sky’s the limit. But MS disrupts the communication between the brain and the body and it’s this disruption that’s behind many of the symptoms you feel in your body.
Just as keeping a balloon in good condition keeps it soaring above the ground, shifting your focus up toward brain preservation today could change how you live with MS tomorrow.