The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation is pleased to offer patient information materials to assist you in educating patients about their disease and introducing them to resources available to assist them. The following publications are available at no charge to doctors involved in diagnosing and treating multiple sclerosis patients.
Newly Diagnosed Patient Information Guide — In the period of shock or surprise following initial diagnosis, many patients do not retain the information they are given about the disease. This colorful, laminated handout contains basic information on the disease process, symptoms, available drug therapies, and living with MS for the patient to take home and review. Available in packs of 25. Measures 9-by-12 inches. Two sided.
Newly Diagnosed Patient Information Guide Poster— Poster size, one-sided adaptation of the guide, suitable for examination and waiting rooms.
Multiple Sclerosis Foundation Programs and Services Brochure — The brochure introduces the many programs that are available, free of charge, to patients across the United States. These include a National Toll-free Helpline, information and referral services, educational programs, access to homecare, assistive technology and medical equipment, support groups, and much more. Available in packs of 50. Measures 9-by-4 inches, folded.
MSFocus Magazine —The MSFocus provides patients with timely information on advances in research, treatment and symptom management. It presents balanced coverage of issues pertaining to diet, exercise, and alternative therapies, and gives helpful information on coping, health and well-being, and disability. It also includes entertaining and inspirational articles about courageous people living with MS. Great for waiting rooms and lobbies! Published quarterly. Measures 8.5-by-11 inches. 56 pages.