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The Annual Regional Transverse Myelitis Clinical Care Symposium invites patients, family members and caregivers to gather with faculty and staff members from The Johns Hopkins Hospital and the International Center for Spinal Cord Injury at the Kennedy Krieger Institute for a day of learning and inspiration.
A Day for Families Living with MS is sponsored by Project RESTORE each year. It is an educational and fun event where families living with MS in the Baltimore area can meet one another and gain insights from professionals at the Johns Hopkins Multiple Sclerosis Center.
Sponsored by the Guthy Jackson Foundation, the annual Neuromyelitis Optica (NMO) Patient Day gathers patients and local support groups in different cities nationwide to learn practical tips on diet, sleep and pain management to improve their everyday lives.
Our newsletter is now electronic! Designed for patients, families and the community, Project RESTORE E-News helps you stay informed on the latest research in MS, transverse myelitis and NMO; introduces Johns Hopkins faculty and offers inspiring stories of people living with these conditions.
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Johns Hopkins Project RESTORE offers a variety of support groups and education programs for patients, family and friends affected by multiple sclerosis and transverse myelitis. For more information on our local and national programs, follow the links below.
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