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Tag: Multiple Sclerosis

Tag: Multiple Sclerosis

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Multiple Sclerosis Resources and Support

If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with…

180 Medical Honors Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month

March is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month, and we want to…

Multiple Sclerosis & Its Connection to Incontinence

Are you living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS)? If so, you…

180 Medical Participates in 2017 Central Oklahoma Walk MS

180 Medical loves the chance to participate in the annual National MS Society’s Walk MS event to support research for multiple sclerosis and those affected by MS. Learn more about this year’s event!

180 Medical Supports MS Awareness Month

Multiple Sclerosis is a condition that affects millions. Learn more about National MS Awareness & Education Month in our latest blog and share to spread awareness.

180 Medical Participates in Annual Multiple Sclerosis Walk in OKC

Each year, 180 Medical likes to take part in the National MS Society’s Walk MS event to support research for multiple sclerosis. Learn more about our time at this year’s event with our newest blog post.

5 Things to Know About Multiple Sclerosis

March is MS Awareness Month. Here are a few things to know and share about this condition.

MS Education & Awareness Month Begins

March is MS Education & Awareness Month, and MS is the most common disease of the central nervous system. Learn more about this condition and how you can help raise awareness in your own community.

Multiple Sclerosis Society Walk Supported by 180 Medical

We love to take part in local community programs and events to support various causes. Find out more about the MS Society’s Oklahoma City MS Walk of 2014 here!

180 Medical Supports MS Awareness

It’s National MS Education & Awareness Month! Find out more about multiple sclerosis and its effects.

Multiple Sclerosis Society MS Walk

180 Medical participated in the 2013 MS Walk in Oklahoma City.

The Benefits of Catheter Use for MS Patients

Learn more about the benefits of intermittent catheters for those living with Multiple Sclerosis.