MS Focus Lending Library

There is a great deal of helpful and inspirational material about MS available today. At MS Focus, we understand that not everyone has access to the wide range of resources out there. That is why we maintain a Lending Library, where books, DVDs, and CDs are all available for loan -- at no charge to you -- through the mail. Items can be sent across the United States, so, no matter where you live, you can benefit from these materials.

You may request as many items for loan as you wish. Requested materials will be sent one item at a time.  When a returned item is received by MS Focus, the next requested item will be mailed to you, if available.  Some items may have a waiting list. To verify availability of an item, call 888-MSFocus (673-6287) or email library@msfocus.org.

Educational

Multiple Sclerosis Q & A

Beth Ann Hill
Drawing from the latest scientific evidence and her own experiences, Hill discusses the wide array of symptoms and tests, medical terminology, trad...
Exercise

Relaxation with Shelley Sidelman

Shelley Sidelman
part of "Yogability and You" series
Inspiration

A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes

Funicella, Romanowski
In her engaging, anecdotal autobiography, Annette looks with wit and wonder on a near-charmed life in show business, and candidly discusses her rec...
AlternativeMedicine

Optimal Health with Multiple Sclerosis

Allen C Bowling
For everyone in the MS community, the only source for reliable, evidence-based information on the relevance, safety, and effectiveness of various a...
SelfHelp

How Serious Is This?

LaRoche, Loretta
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Inspiration

MS Madness

Yvonne deSousa
vonne deSousa's diagnosis of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis came with an insightful declaration from a new doctor ("MS sucks") and a brothe...
Diet

Cookbook For Healthful Living

Bradford, Novak
A detailed cookbook for people with compromised immune system disorders. (1990)
Exercise

Yoga for Weight Loss

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AlternativeMedicine

Massage for Health

Belafonte, Shari
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Educational

The Puzzle of Multiple Sclerosis from 1868 to 2013

Ted Nolan Thompson
This book traces multiple sclerosis (MS) first described by London physician Robert Hooper in 1828 to confirmation as a separate disease entity by ...
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