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180 Medical Participates in 2011 MS Walk

180 Medical recently participated in the 2011 MS Walk, benefitting the National MS Society and people living with multiple sclerosis.

Multiple sclerosis affects many people in our lives. In addition, many of the customers we serve live with MS. 180 Medical employees, as well as their friends and family, joined on Saturday, April 3rd, in Oklahoma City to walk in the 2011 MS Walk.

About the 2011 MS Walk

The MS Walk is an annual event that takes place across the country to help raise awareness along with critical funds for research and services to support those with Multiple Sclerosis.

Here are some pictures from the event!

180 Medical at MS Walk 2011
180 Medical employees Victor, Melissa, Jon, and Brian at 2011 Walk MS
180 Medical employees Megan, Amanda, Richard, and Tracee at 2011 Walk MS

We all had a great time supporting a wonderful cause.

What is Multiple Sclerosis?

Multiple Sclerosis is a disorder where the body’s immune system begins to attack the myelin sheath surrounding nerves. This can cause nerve damage and disrupts communication between the brain and body.

The resulting symptoms can include vision difficulties, fatigue, difficulty walking or moving limbs, and more. Also, some people with multiple sclerosis experience neurogenic bladder. This may lead to the need for incontinence supplies. However, many people also need to use catheters to drain their bladder.

180 Medical is proud to serve customers all across America who need catheter supplies.

To find a walk event near you, visit the National MS Society’s website here!

Call Toll-Free (877) 688-2729

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About the Author
180 Medical Participates in 2011 MS Walk
Kier is the Marketing Director at 180 Medical. She has been at 180 Medical for almost 13 years. Originally from Iowa, she now calls Oklahoma home. In her free time, she loves to cheer on the Iowa State Cyclones and Oklahoma City Thunder.