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MyMSTeam - MyHealthTeams
MyMSTeam is the fastest growing social network where thousands of people with multiple sclerosis have joined to connect with others who understand what living with MS is like. Share daily ups and downs, advice, and meet others who share symptoms, or who can share side-effects they may be experiencing with certain drugs.
www.MyMSTeam.com is a completely free site.
Good job on creating a site where people with MS can come and find one another. When you deal with MS, a chronic condition, it can be challenging to get out and have a social life because of all the symptoms you deal with on a day to day basis.
With sites like this available, it's a little easier to not become isolated. So many MSers tend to do this if they live alone or family and friend support is not like it used to be.
Thanks for providing a place for people with multiple sclerosis to come and share their experiences and advice living with MS.
A couple of questions for the poster. Is MyHealthTeams another name for the site? And is it a site for just people with MS or can caregivers join as well?
If you an MSer and happen to join this site, please come back and let us know how you like it. That will help future visitors know that it's a place they can trust.
Thanks again for making My MS Teams available!
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