Interest - On December 6, 2000 WAMU 88.5 FM aired this hour
long discussion about MS. Guests included Dr. John Reichert, Professor
and Chair, Dept. of Microbiology & Immunology at Georgetown
University Hospital, Dr. Henry McFarland, Chief, Neuroimmunology Branch
of the National Institutes of Health,
Charles Riley, Editor of WeMedia Magazine,
and actor and MS patient David Lander best know for his role as Squiggy
on the 70’s sitcom Laverne & Shirley. If your computer supports RealAudio,
you can listen to this intelligent and informative conversation by clicking
on the link above. If you have trouble go to the WAMU
website, click on the tab for Public Interest, then go to the archive for
Sclerosis Foundation - Central resource for advice about multiple
sclerosis, with medical details and a newsletter.
Multiple Sclerosis Society - Provides coverage of and links to
medical facts, publications, local resources and research updates.
The University of Maryland Medicine's Kernan Hospital offers innovative,
interdisciplinary orthopaedic and rehabilitation services for children
and adults. Links to every division of the hospital, and contact information
is found on this page.
of Maryland Medicine - The NeuroCare Center at University of Maryland
Medicine provides comprehensive services for people with a wide array of
neurological challenges. Experts from neurology, neurosurgery, radiology
and other specialties work together to offer evaluation, treatment and
management that meets each patient's needs.
Moms - Comprehensive resource provides support and information
for mothers and women with multiple sclerosis. Read articles and visit
- Resource for sufferers and their families providing links to research,
treatments, employment, advocacy, local resources and self help.
Central Support – is a website providing support, information ,
and friendship on the net for those living with MS, those going through
the diagnosis process, and for their families and friends.
HealthNet - Multiple Sclerosis Center - Multiple Sclerosis Center
outlines breakthroughs, local and national support services, and medical
Federation of Multiple Sclerosis Societies - IFMSS offers this
resource, with links to research, publications and national groups.
Crossroads - Multiple Sclerosis - Finnish page provides worldwide
information, including news, research, medical facts and a list of links.
Biochemical Multiple Sclerosis - Information guide, put together
by a sufferer, details this newly described form of multiple sclerosis.
MS Support Foundation - Comprehensive list of links to organizations,
medical facts, research, nutrition and MS clinics.
Awareness Foundation - Organization seeks to help people with multiple
sclerosis lead fuller lives. Find out about exercise and the group's exercise
Encarta - Multiple Sclerosis - Learn about this disease that affects
the nervous systems of adults. Read about symptoms, causes and treatment.
Sclerosis - HealthCentral - Access expert onions, updated medical
news, and encyclopedia entries about the disease, and find a list of recommended
Sclerosis Association of America - New Jersey-based advocacy organization
has regional offices as well as events worldwide. Check chat rooms, medical
resources and support groups.
Multiple Sclerosis Society - Channel Islands - Chapter offers funding
and resources to help find a cure for this disease. Find counseling, publications,
referral services and literature.
State University - Dept. of Neurology - Links to coverage of stroke,
head injury, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, neuromuscular disease and myasthenia
- Frequently Asked Questions - World of Multiple Sclerosis provides
this collection of answers to questions commonly asked by people diagnosed
with the condition.
- Glossary - Read World of Multiple Sclerosis's glossary of words
and terms commonly associated with MS.
– is a website designed as a starting point for finding information concerning
Assistive Technology to help people with disabilities operate their computer.
PLEASE NOTE: US Against MS does not endorse any products, manufacturers,
or vendors listed on the AbilityHub site.
All About Multiple Sclerosis–
A broad ranging and informative site. A good starting point to learn about the
illness, research, and treatment. You will also find a number of personal
stories of coping and treatment alternatives
Resources.com– A website that is a
clearinghouse for links to other sites containing information and support
about a wide range of illnesses and disabilities.
You can find MS links by clicking here.