including 9 domains (cardiovascular, sleep/fatigue, mood/apathy, perceptual problems/hallucinations, attention/memory, gastrointestinal, urinary, sexual dysfunction, and miscellaneous) was applied to assess the frequency and severity of NMS in the last one month.
After a break in federal service, she returned to the agency in 1989 and served in a number of positions in NMSS
also provides materials and resources about handling the diagnosis, communicating with employers, and deciding whether to continue working.
Once Rodale has relocated, this space will be used by NMSS
The preceding information is excerpted from "Great Strides Moved MS Research Forward During 2008," posted on the NMSS
Web site on December 2.
The report says that AT&T's T1, a multiplexer service, will form the backbone for private networks and NMSs
in the near future.
Since becoming involved with NMSS
, Pikarski has consistently secured a spot in the Tournament of Champions, which recognizes the golf event's largest fund-raisers.
By telephone: The Information Resource Center in New York City and the 90 local NMSS
chapters have current advisories on research and medical programs and handouts on many aspects of MS.
Connie Divine, chapter services director of the Georgia Chapter, and Helen Tilden, RN, chairperson of the Chapter Services Committee, who conduct aquatics instruction training courses for the National MS Society, and other NMSS
experts, worked closely with the producers.
Researchers at the Cleveland Clinic, led by NMSS
This study is funded through the Society by the Southern Area NMSS
chapters, which pooled resources to create the first cooperative research- restiicted "honor roll" pledge in Society history.
At its annual conference in Vancouver, Canada, in September 1993, Sylvia Launy, the founder of NMSS
and founder of the IFMSS, presented an address on the international movement.