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MS Xplained can be read in any order! If Multiple Sclerosis is new to you, we recommend you start with What is MS? but otherwise, feel free to jump in wherever you’d like. You can also share a chapter with a friend, and take your own notes anywhere in the story!
Now that you’ve checked out the MS Xplained story, hopefully you know a bit more about MS and it’s potential effect on your brain.
But if you’ve got more questions, why not…
Your neurologist and your healthcare team can help you learn more about your MS, and any new questions you might have. If you want to talk to your team, but can’t remember what you wanted to ask, why not bring along your notes from the story?
Hi, I’m Sommer! I’d been having headaches and speech difficulties for a little while, but it wasn’t until I was having some trouble writing and lost movement on one side, that my doctors diagnosed me with MS.
If you want to know a bit more about me, and learn the background of the MS Xplained story, stay tuned and we will add a video here shortly!
A wide community of people have contributed to the development of
MS Xplained. The starting point being the story of Sommer, as well those of people who participated in our focus group.
Medical experts, relevant medical bodies and medical institutions were all involved to create reliable and accurate information you can depend on.
Medicine X would like to thank their sponsor Sanofi Genzyme and partners MS Australia and MS Research Australia for their collaboration on MS Xplained.
MS Australia is the national voice for people with multiple sclerosis. They work in advocacy and communications, and collaborate with stakeholders to benefit thousands of people affected by MS across the country.
MS Australia also advocate and communicate on behalf of all their state member organisations who work tirelessly providing services, programs and support to the MS community.
To find out more about MS Australia, visit:
MS Research Australia is the largest not-for-profit organisation dedicated to funding, coordinating, educating and advocating for MS research in Australia, as part of the worldwide effort to unravel the complexity of MS.
Their primary mission is to accelerate research towards prevention, better treatments and, ultimately, a cure for MS.
To find out more about MS Research Australia, visit:
Sanofi puts consumers at the heart of all their activities. They are always looking for more effective and safer solutions to improve human health, as well as more affordable and cost-effective therapies to which all patients will have access. Sanofi offers people unparalleled access to the broadest spectrum of health products and services that:
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Working as a medical doctor, I realised that far too many people are confused about their diagnoses, their conditions, and their treatments. The language that doctors use, and what every day people understand can be two totally different things.
We believe everyone should feel informed and empowered, so they can engage with their doctors and be involved in making medical decisions. That’s why Medicine X isn’t just another boring and complicated fact sheet – we explain medical issues through stories based on real people! It’s relatable, simple, and gives you the information you need!
We hope this helps you in your journey!
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