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Please note that all information published by MSAA is to increase one’s awareness of MS, its symptoms, and its treatments. These publications should not be used to determine or alter a treatment plan. Anyone affected by MS should consult his or her medical professional for management of the disease and its symptoms.

All of MSAA’s publications, including our quarterly magazine, The Motivator, are supplied and shipped to individuals, healthcare professionals, healthcare organizations, and other interested parties, at no charge.

To obtain copies of these publications, please check off the publication you would like to receive, complete the address form at the bottom of the page; or call MSAA at (800)532-7667.







Publication Description Quantities
S.E.A.R.C.H.™ for the Right MS Therapy
How to S.E.A.R.C.H.™ for the Right MS Therapy for You!

MSAA's S.E.A.R.C.H.™ program is just one of several programs designed as tools for individuals with MS and their families to play a more active role in the successful management of their MS.

Understanding and Treating MS Relapses
Understanding and Treating MS Relapses
Understanding and Treating MS Relapses

This brochure provides a basic overview of MS relapses and treatment options.

 

Solutions for Wellness
Solutions for Wellness: A Guide to MSAA's Programs and Services - Second Edition

This booklet presents an overview and details of all of MSAA's programs and services providing assistance to people with MS, their families, and their care partners.

  
  
Mommy's Story
Mommy's Story

This addition to the MSAA family of publications encourages parents with multiple sclerosis to begin the conversation about the diagnosis and ongoing implications of MS with young children. This 16-page book is geared for children ages three to seven.
 

     
Daddy's Story
Daddy's Story

This addition to the MSAA family of publications encourages parents with multiple sclerosis to begin the conversation about the diagnosis and ongoing implications of MS with young children. This 16-page book is geared for children ages three to seven.
 

     
Understanding and Treating Depression
Understanding and Treating Depression in Multiple Sclerosis

This common symptom of MS is often overlooked. This booklet will help you increase your understanding of depression, and contains useful tips for overcoming depression.
 

  
  
Motivator Issue Description Quantities
Summer/Fall 2012
Summer/Fall 2012
The Evolution of MS Diagnosis, Treatment, and Care
Seventeen experts in the MS field talk about the many developments leading to today's protocol for caring for individuals with MS.


Also in this issue...

Aquatic Exercise and Therapy
Aubagio® Receives Approval

Winter/Spring 2012
WinterSpring2012
The Benefits of Physical and Social Activity
This article reveals the therapeutic value of exercise and friendship for members of the MS community.

Also in this issue...

MSAA launches its new My MS Resource Locator program
Writers with MS can enjoy many benefits through writing

Summer/Fall 2010
Summer/Fall 2010
Multiple Sclerosis Research Update
A comprehensive overview of the eight FDA-approved disease-modifying therapies used to slow MS activity (including the newly approved oral therapy, Gilenya), and initial findings on many of the experimental treatments in development for the treatment of MS.

Also in this issue...

MSAA Marks 40 Years of Service to the MS Community

Fall 2009
Men's Health
MS-related health issues and strategies to promote physical and emotional wellbeing.

Also in this issue...

New Brand of Interferon Approved
Improving Your Sleep

Please note that all information published by MSAA is to increase one’s awareness of MS, its symptoms, and its treatments. These publications should not be used to determine or alter a treatment plan. Anyone affected by MS should consult his or her medical professional for management of the disease and its symptoms.

All of MSAA’s publications, including our quarterly magazine, The Motivator, are supplied and shipped to individuals, healthcare professionals, healthcare organizations, and other interested parties, at no charge.

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Last Updated: Thursday, March 21, 2013