Mission Stadiums for Multiple Sclerosis

Real MS Stories.
Real MS Warriors.

“I want my fellow MS warriors to know that they should never give up and always keep moving forward. The more we talk and Spread Orange the greater the impact we have on finding a cure for MS!”

Tina Marchese, MS Warrior & Lead MS4MS Ambassador

My MS Story, by Lauren Florio

I’m not a fighter, I’m a warrior My MS Story by Lauren Florio My name is Lauren and I’m 31 years old. I have been very active my entire life. I was an athlete, a dancer and I just loved doing anything involving sports or the outdoors. I decided that what I wanted to do [...]

My MS Story, by Angie Gensler

COVID has been one long-lasting global “relapse” My MS Story by Angie Gensler It's been the great unknown, coming out of nowhere, making people sick, and putting a global PAUSE on everyday life. It has forced millions of people into an extensive reassessment of their daily lives. Sounds a bit familiar… I have grown to [...]

My MS Story, by Anita Aggarwal

Let's Get Climbing Together My MS Story by Anita Aggarwal Up until 2009, I was living a normal life. Then in May, I started to lose feeling and balance in my body and visual sight in my eyes. A diagnosis for Multiple Sclerosis is not straight forward and you need several tests; MRI and Spinal [...]

My MS Story, by Dave Walsh

2nd Strongest Disabled Man in the World 2020 When I was 16, I joined the British Army. I traveled the world, did a tour in Iraq, was a very keen sportsman and an adventure training instructor. I left the forces after 8 years for a more stable life with my wife and kids.   Adjusting [...]

My MS Story, by Lissette Galarza

"Dear Multiple Sclerosis,   I wish I did not have you. I wish I did not feel you every day or every hour. However, thank you for making me appreciate what I have; for pushing me to do better and be better. If you could kindly leave, I would love that and appreciate it. But [...]

My MS Story, by A Hot MS (Brittany Quiroz)

My Multiple Sclerosis Story By A Hot MS (Brittany Quiroz)   Changing the Stigma of What Disability Looks Like Society is programmed to associate certain images with certain things. We learn from childhood that certain symbols identify specific occupations and specific groups of people. They can signify danger or if assistance is needed. We know […]

My MS Story, by Julie Stamm

My Multiple Sclerosis Story By Julie Stamm   I was officially diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (“MS”) on January 8, 2007. While I can date my symptoms back to 2001, it wasn’t until 2005 that my symptoms became too debilitating to live the life I once knew and loved. After an official diagnosis, I felt vindicated. […]

My MS Story, by Chris Dunbar

My Multiple Sclerosis Story By Chris Dunbar   First, I would like to say thank you for wanting to know about my MS story and what having this disease can do if you let it take control over your body. I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in November of 2015 after a spinal tap was […]

My MS Story, by Kristin Pagent

My Multiple Sclerosis Story By Kristin Pagent   My name is Kristin Pagent. I am 43 years old and recently retired from the Navy after 20 years. I studied opera at Northwestern University, am married to my soulmate and have two boys, 12 and 16. I am a professional singer and also teach piano, strings, […]

My MS Story, by Michael Weiss

My Multiple Sclerosis Story By Michael Weiss   I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2004 after many years of mysterious symptoms. I don’t exactly remember when the symptoms started and over the years many symptoms that I now believe were due to my MS (numbness, tingling, pain, vertigo, etc) were written off to pinched […]