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InforMS has an estimated readership of nearly 80,000 individuals, and is a well-respected, trusted publication for people living with multiple sclerosis. What makes this magazine unique is the quality of content within. InforMS Editor, Pat Daily, is a social worker with over 25 years of MS-specialized experience Ms Daily works closely on content with Dr. Timothy Vollmer, one of the world’s leading multiple sclerosis neurologists. Together they deliver the most cutting-edge information available on clinical advances, MS-specific research, and psychosocial information for people living with multiple sclerosis. This magazine is printed quarterly in digital and print versions.

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Past Issues

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2017 Spring InforMS
 
Feature Article: 
MS in the Bedroom.
 
Sexual problems are a common complaint among people with MS. In this issue, we take a candid look at how to deal with this important issue. 
 
 
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2016 Winter InforMS
 
Feature Article: 
Where we've been & where we're going.
 
A look at developments in MS research with the Co-Directors of the Rocky Mountain MS Center at University of Colorado.
 
 
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2016 Fall InforMS
 
Feature Article: 
What does your sex have to do with it?
 
Looking into the factors that influence whether or not someone develops MS, including their sex.
 
 
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2016 Summer InforMS
 
Feature Article: 
Who do you tell?
 
An examination of the pros and cons of dislosing your MS.
 
 
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2016 Spring InforMS
 
Feature Article: 
Look At Things Differently
 
Mindfulness is all the rage. Can it really help you see stress, MS, and your life from a different angle?
 
 
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2015 Winter InforMS
 
Feature Article: 
What's New
 
How we describe, how we treat, and how we defend against MS is changing all the time. Here is the latest on MS research.
 
 
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2015 Fall InforMS
 
Feature Article: 
Painting a New Picture of MS
 
For years we have used the terms relapsing and progressive to describe the different presentations of MS. Newer technologies are now suggesting they may be one in the same.
 
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2015 Summer InforMS
 
Feature Article: 
Cannabis: Smoke and Medicine
 
Medical marijuana has a long and controversial history. Does it have a future as a therapy for multiple sclerosis symptoms?
 
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2015 Spring InforMS
 
Feature Article: 
Three's a Crowd
 
Although MS isn't contagious, it does have an effect on the people close to you. In this issue we examine the role MS can play in relationships with family, friends, coworkers and your medical team.
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2014 Winter InforMS
 
Feature Article: Treatment Adherence
 
"White coat adherence" refers to the five days before and after an appointment with a health care provider, when people carefully take their medication and even watch their diets and exercise. What happens the rest of the time? And why is adherence so difficult?
 
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2014 Fall InforMS
 
Feature Article: Maximizing Brain Health
 
Strategies to help your brain last as long as you do, in spite of MS.
 
 
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2014 Summer
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Feature article: 
MS Research
Traveling Back to Look Forward
Over the years scientists have collected mounds of research data. Today they are rearranging the pieces to create a new map of MS.
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2014 Spring
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Feature article: 
From Mouse to Man -Medical Research
Searching for the answers that lead us to the next questions about what makes us sick or keeps us healthy.
 
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2013 Fall
InforMS
Feature article: "You Don't Look Sick" 
MS has many troublesome symptoms, and some can’t be seen with the naked eye.
 
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Feature article: 
Brain Drain - MS cognitive problems are common, confusing, usually mild, mostly manageable and always draining.
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Feature article: 
Genes, Geography,
Gender, and Germs.
Where does multiple 
sclerosis come from?
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Feature article:
The Art of MRI
This issue of InforMS looks at MRI generally, and from the points of view of a neurologist, a radiologist and a person who has multiple sclerosis.
  2012 Fall InforMS
Feature article:
Assessing Risk with Multiple Sclerosis
  2012 Summer InforMS
Feature article:
Multiple Sclerosis and Vision
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Feature article:
Thriving with Multiple Sclerosis
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Feature article: 
Living with Multiple Sclerosis - What it Takes to Get Through
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Feature article:
It's Complicated -Understanding Multiple Sclerosis
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Feature article:
Excerbations and MS
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Feature article:
Managing Multiple Sclerosis Related Fatigue
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Feature article:
Diagnosing Multiple Sclerosis

 

PAST ISSUES

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Fall InforMS 2010 (3 mb PDF)

Where's the Cure (1.5 mb PDF)
Prognosis (800 kb PDF)
Honorariums and Memorials (756 kb)

Summer 2010 (PDF) "Pain, Progressive MS and DVT, and Vitamin D"

Spring 2010 (PDF) "Hate Mail, The Placebo Effect and CCSVI"

Winter 2010 (PDF) "Bombarded Mood Disruptions and MS"

Fall 2009 (PDF) "Driving the Brain in a Different Direction"
Bibliography

Summer 2009 (PDF) "It's Just the Tip of the Iceberg: A New Paradigm for MS"

Spring 2009 (PDF) "Stress Managment

Winter 2009 (PDF) "What Me Worry?"
Bibliography

Fall 2008 (PDF)"What's It All Mean?"

Spring 2008 (PDF) "Exercise, The Brain, and a Revolution in Neurology"

Winter 2008 (PDF) "Creativity, Healing & MS"

Fall 2007 (PDF) "Environmental Factors Associated with MS"

Summer 2007 (PDF) "Faulty Forecasting"

Spring 2007 (PDF)"Pediatric MS"

Winter 2007 (PDF)"The Invisible Symptoms of MS"

Fall 2006 (PDF) "Announcing the IIEP"

Summer 2006 (PDF) "Understanding Social Security Disability Insurance"

Spring 2006(PDF) "When Someone You Love Has MS"

Winter 2006 (PDF) "Distress or De-stress - Wellness Tools for Managing MS"

Fall 2005 (PDF) "Web-Based Resources for People Living with MS"

Summer 2005 (PDF) "Over the Long Haul"

Winter 2005 (PDF) "FDA Approves New MS Medication" "Diet and Dietary Supplements in MS"

Spring 2005 (PDF) "Announcing a New Approach to Assessment & Care - the Rehabilitation Clinic"

Fall 2004 (PDF) "Rocky Mountain Multiple Sclerosis Tissue Bank" "Asserting Your Rights to Make Healthcare Decsions"

Summer 2004 (PDF) "Hot Not - Defeating the Heat" "MS Research Update"

Spring 2004 (PDF) "Cognition in MS" "MS ID Card"

Fall 2003 (PDF) "Dealing with the Diagnosis: There ain't no rules around here" "Tips for the Cold & Flu Season"