Mission Stadiums for Multiple Sclerosis

Real MS Stories.
Real MS Warriors.

“I want my fellow MS warriors to know that they should never give up and always keep moving forward. The more we talk and Spread Orange the greater the impact we have on finding a cure for MS!”

Tina Marchese, MS Warrior & Lead MS4MS Ambassador

My MS Story: Willing. By Michael Hoffman

My MS Journey: Willing. By Michael Hoffman Let’s get the bad stuff out of the way first. I woke up one day in April 2017 and my life changed forever. I remember laying down in this MRI in the middle of the night after my wife rushed me to the hospital thinking “ok, no matter [...]

Disability and SSDI Process by Michael “Super Hero With a Cane” O’Grady

Disability and SSDI Process By Michael “Super Hero With a Cane” O’Grady I’m personally of the opinion that if I could work to support my family I would and I should. But, I’ve found out that the rules aren’t sometimes fair after going on social security disability. After seeing my job performance decline over the [...]

My MS Story: by Kelly Beccaccio

My MS Story By Kelly Beccaccio I was diagnosed with MS, July 4th , 2017. I’m an avid runner, cyclist, swimmer, gym rat, and I love being outdoors. I’ll never forget the months leading up to that July. I was experiencing numbness and tingling in my upper thighs. At one point, I couldn’t feel my legs [...]

Message to #MSwarriors, By Michael “Super Hero With a Cane” O’Grady

Message to #MSwarriors By Michael ``Super Hero With a Cane`` O'Grady Stress and Multiple Sclerosis have never been a match made in heaven. Avoiding and dealing with reducing stress in our lives could really help minimize symptoms. Some of the things we can do are; meditate, exercise and eliminate things in our lives that directly [...]

My MS Story, by Quincy Fournier

``My MS Story`` By Quincy Fournier My pediatrician looked at me, "Most people don't wake up and run 6 miles.” I thought to myself, "But I do!" Since high school running has been a big part of my life. I fell in love with the sport through my cross-country team. Unfortunately, my undiagnosed MS kept [...]

My MS Story, by Bobbi Jo “BJ” Ramsey

``MS Is Not A Life Sentence`` By Bobbi Jo 'BJ' Ramsey Picture it: Connecticut, Thursday August 29, 2019. It was an average day in my crazy, chaotic, non stop, 32 yr old single mom life. I brought my son to school during his first week of first grade, then rushed off to work. It was also my first [...]

Do Not Let It Stop You, by Aaryn Wichelns-Backiel

``Do Not Let It Stop You`` By Aaryn Wichelns-Backiel My name is Aaryn Wichelns-Backiel, I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis during my junior year in high school. Before being diagnosed I was getting ready to take my SAT’s and I was under a lot of stress. I kept telling my family that I was not feeling [...]

My MS Story, by Kenny Schied

My MS Story By Kenny Schied Hello friends! My name is Kenny Schied. First and foremost, I would like to thank MS4MS for allowing me to tell my story and my journey through life with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Although I was officially diagnosed with MS in April, 2013, I first showed symptoms as young as age twelve [...]

MS4MS & Johns Hopkins MS Research FALL UPDATE

MS4MS & Johns Hopkins MS Research FALL UPDATE   During this research update we will be discussing what Johns Hopkins has been working on over the course of the past year. Including; a blood test for MS, myelin repair, genome sequencing, MRI/OCT imaging tools, and laboratory science. All of these advancements will assist Before you [...]

My MS Story, by Regan Zuege

Perspective shift: MS as a launchpad, not a limitation! I had no business signing up to run 178 miles over a week... I wasn't really much of a runner. The farthest I'd ever run without stopping was four miles. I had MS. I was a busy mom of two toddlers. I worked full time. My [...]