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Friday, November 18, 2016

National Caregivers Awareness Month – a time to recognize the important role that caregivers and support partners play in chronic conditions like MS


                                                                  
  

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November is National Caregivers Awareness Month – a time to recognize the important role that caregivers and support partners play in chronic conditions like MS.

To recognize the important role that caregivers can play, we wanted to share the story of Jesse, a support partner who cares for his wife with MS. In this newsworthy story from Genentech, Jesse shares their journey about how MS impacts their daily lives and how they cope with the unpredictability of the disease together.

Jesse’s story also highlights results from a new national survey Genentech conducted, the MS Mindset Survey, to better understand the everyday impact of MS. MS Mindset showed how the unpredictable nature of MS can impact the day-to-day lives of people living with MS and their loved ones as well as highlighting different areas on need in daily life. I’ve also attached more information about the survey for your background.

To Read Jesse's story, click here


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