The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation offers four unique forums, described below:
Questions to the Ask the Doctor forum are answered by a panel of health care professionals who dedicate their time to answering MS questions of topical concern to their specialties. While not every question can be answered individually, each panel of practitioners will offer their experienced insight into those concerns that would be of the most interest and value to our audience.
The MSFriends Peer-to-Peer forum provides answers to your questions from people who are facing similar challenges. MS patients, family members, friends, and other people affected by MS are invited to share in open discussion.
The MSFamilies forum provides a place for friends, family members, care partners, or significant others of someone living with MS to talk to others facing similar challenges. Ask questions, offer support, meet new friends, or just vent among peers who understand where you’re coming from.
The Voices forum offers those affected by MS a place to share original stories, poems, photography and artwork inspired by MS.
In the African Americans with MS forum, medical and healthcare professionals knowledgeable about the distinctions of MS in African Americans answer your questions on a wide range of topics, including the medical, psychological, and cultural aspects of living with the disease. The forum also serves to connect African Americans with MS who may be coping with similar issues.
Please visit http://www.msfocusforum.com/ to see all of our full list of Forum topics.