MSC Announces New Associate Member

MS Views and News joins coalition of leading national MS organizations

Hackensack, NJ, November 3, 2015: The Multiple Sclerosis Coalition recently voted to admit a new associate member, MS Views and News (MSVN). As an associate member, MSVN will work cooperatively with the eight member organizations of the Coalition – comprised of the leading advocacy, education, and support organizations for multiple sclerosis in the United States – to benefit all individuals with MS.

MS Views and News provides live educational programs around the U.S., online educational materials, and social services such as a MS Social Work Navigator who works directly with patients and families free of charge. MSVN President Stuart Schlossman commented, “We are honored to be voted-in as a member of the MS Coalition. We are looking forward to future collaborations with our community partners and are excited about the positive impacts it will bring to the MS community.”

Member organizations of the MS Coalition are: Accelerated Cure Project, the Consortium of MS Centers, Can Do Multiple Sclerosis, the International Organization of MS Nurses, Multiple Sclerosis Association of America, Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, and United Spinal Association. Find the Multiple Sclerosis Coalition online at or visit us on Facebook and on Twitter.

About MS Views and News: MS Views and News is dedicated to the global collection and distribution of information concerning multiple sclerosis. Through partnering relationships, MSVN provides education, advocacy and service to empower and enhance the quality of life of the MS community.

About the Multiple Sclerosis Coalition The Multiple Sclerosis Coalition was founded in 2005 by three independent multiple sclerosis organizations in an effort to work together to benefit individuals with MS. Since that time, the MSC has grown to eight member organizations and one associate member organization, all of whom provide critical MS programs and services. The Multiple Sclerosis Coalition’s mission is to increase opportunities for cooperation and provide greater opportunity to leverage the effective use of resources for the benefit of the MS community.

Multiple Sclerosis Coalition
Annie Scully
(201) 310-9252