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NMSS Approves Stanford MS Center as Center for Comprehensive Care
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society approved the Stanford MS Center as an NMSS Partner in Care and as a Center for Comprehensive Care, making it only the 2nd Center for Comprehensive Care in Northern California.

Dr. Alexandra Goodyear joining Stanford faculty September 1, 2013
Alexandra Goodyear, MD, MS has been hired by the Stanford Multiple Sclerosis Center as a Clinical Assistant Professor. Dr. Goodyear recently completed the prestigious Sylvia Lawry Multiple Sclerosis Fellowship sponsored by the MS Society. She will join our faculty September 1, 2013 where she will be caring for patients and expanding her work in clinical trials.

Consortium CertificateStanford MS Center certified by the Consortium of MS Centers
The Stanford Multiple Sclerosis Center was awarded ongoing certification for 2013 as a member Center in good standing with the highly esteemed Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers.Stanford's active membership in the CMSC enables Stanford to continue in its role of national leadership in medical and nursing care in the field of MS.

Dr. Dunn honored as Top Doctor by US NewsTOP DOCS 2013
Jeffrey Dunn, MD has been recognized as one of the country's "Top Doctors" in the U.S. News and World Report 2012-2013 national rankings. This distinction is based on peer review surveys of doctors and health care professionals to identify excellent physicians by specialty. Stanford Hospital and Clinics is nationally ranked in 10 Specialties.


MS Muck Fest October 26, 2013
Solano County Fairgrounds, Vallejo, CA

Get ready, San Francisco, for the best mud and obstacle fun-run in the nation! You'll be running, swinging and sloshing through five miles of incredible obstacles and the muddiest pits, craters and trenches you've ever seen. We're also getting mucky to wipe out MS: 100% of your fundraising dollars go back to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Bike MS

Come be a part of Bike MS and get ready for the ride of your life. Whether you’re new to Bike MS or ride every year, together we will raise money, have fun, and make a difference in the lives of people living with MS.

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