Anna Yoder Multiple Sclerosis Fund
The Anna Yoder MS Fund supports multiple sclerosis research, education and outreach services in northeast Indiana for individuals and their communities affected by MS.
COME JOIN US ON JUNE 23, 6-8 P.M. FOR A COMMUNITY MS EDUCATION EVENT AT PARKVIEW NOBLE HOSPITAL'S CENTER FOR HEALTHY LIVING/WELLNESS CENTER, 402 SAWYER ROAD IN KENDALLVILLE.
DETAILS on the link below:
Free but RSVP required!
Dr. Jimmy Yen, below left, lead MS researcher at IU School of Medicine-Fort Wayne; Christi Price, in middle of center photo, who will talk about an MS caregiver's perspective; and Stan and Janalee Biebierch, below right) who will discuss their journey with MS as a couple and family.
The Anna Yoder MS Fund was established in 2013 to support multiple sclerosis research in northeast Indiana and to provide education and outreach services for individuals and their communities affected by MS. The fund was established as a memorial to Anna Yoder through the estate of her grandmother, Fort Wayne resident Florabelle Yoder. Anna's mother, Peggy Yoder, was diagnosed with MS shortly after Anna was born. Thus Anna lived with the challenges family members face when a loved one is diagnosed with MS. This fund was established to continue the Yoder family's efforts to support those affected by MS. The funds are held with and invested by the Indiana University Foundation.
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Some memories of the 2015
DICK THORNTON GOLF TOURNEY:
Thank you, Dr. Angela LaSalle, for your excellent presentation for the Anna Yoder MS Fund education event on Sept. 30 at IU School of Medicine-Fort Wayne. Attendees learned valuable info on ways to improve their MS symptoms and overall health.
Major project will collect data on MS patients:
MS in the News
RECENT NEWS ABOUT MS:Posted Sept. 9, 2015Smoking after diagnosis of MS worsens disease progression:http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/09/150908131245.htm
Posted June 1, 2015An Entirely New Way to Think About MS:http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/844354
Posted June 1, 2015Scientific evidence of remyelination in MS:http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/843261
Posted Jan. 27, 2015Scientists find gene vital to central nervous system
Posted Jan. 27, 2015NMSS lists 2014 MS research milestones:NMSS_2014_Research_highlights.pdf
Posted Dec. 1, 2014 New Drug for Relapsing MS Shows Promise: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/09/140919092755.htm
ANNA YODER MS FUND FEATURED IN THE NEWS:ANNA YODER MS FUND TO BENEFIT RESEARCH, EDUCATION AND OUTREACH SERVICES, the (Fort Wayne) News-Sentinel, Oct. 10. 2013http://tinyurl.com/poxqkg9
ANNA YODER MS FUND ESTABLISHED AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE-FORT WAYNE, IPFW news release, Sept. 26, 2013: http://eepurl.com/FUby1
OTHER MS NEWS LINKS:
Number of people with MS worldwide increases by 10 percent in five years to 2.3 million: http://tinyurl.com/lmqvnq3.
Check out info from this new study
on the mapping of the progression
of MS in the body: