World Multiple Sclerosis Day

30 May 2022

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disabling disorder that affects the central nervous system and can lead to progressive levels of disability in individuals. Symptoms of MS can be different from one person to another.
In observing 30 May 2022, World Multiple Sclerosis Day, ED encourages churches to Connect with those diagnosed with MS, Listen to those living with MS to appreciate the courage with which they cope, and Accompany their fight to live independent lives.
ED’s poster provides helpful links to understand MS better, and a resource to read up regarding treatment of MS.
To download accessible pdf of these posters at click here 
Share the poster and start discussions to raise awareness in your circles about this invisible disability that so little is known about.


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