Montgomery Multiple Sclerosis Center
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With heavy hearts and sadness we announce the death of
Olympic skier Jimmie Heuga who passed away peacefully
Monday, Feb. 8, 2010 from respiratory complications.
Jimmie founded Can Do MS, formerly the Jimmie Heuga Center for MS,
on which our Center is based. His CAN DO spirit
has taught us all how to live our lives to the fullest
and will be both treasured and missed. RIP Jimmie!


On January 22, 2010 the FDA approved AMPYRA™ which was
previously referred to as Fampridine-SR. AMPYRA™ is an
extended release tablet to be taken orally. For more information,
go here.


It's time again to support the MMSC through the annual
Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) of the National Capital Area!

Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area

With so many ways to donate contributions...

Traditional paper pledge form,
Paperless payroll donations, or
Online e-Giving

...please take the time to include the MMSC
(CFC Code 76449) in your charitable giving this year.


Here are 2 ways to shop online AND support the MMSC at the same time

iGive.com          In Association with Amazon.com




The MMSC is listed on GuideStar,
the on-line standard for nonprofit
accountability.