MS bonding

MS bonding

Multiple Sclerosis is a disease of the central nervous system that affects the brain and spinal cord. Noemí Frida Kraut, diagnosed in the 1970s, was a patient who knew how to go through it with effort and optimistic values, despite the fact that at that time there was little information about her treatment.

The cause of Multiple Sclerosis is not yet determined. It is classified as an autoimmune disease that causes symptoms such as a tingling sensation, instability, fatigue, blurred vision and weakness in the extremities. There is also no medicine that can cure it, but there are treatments that can modify its course.

On May 30, 2009, it was instituted by the World Federation of Multiple Sclerosis Societies as the world day dedicated to raising awareness about this disease. Throughout May, events are scheduled and campaigns are carried out, each year focused on a different theme.

The Foundation seeks to spread knowledge about the disease and accompany those who are going through it, both through its own programs and by contributing to organizations that bring together people diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.

We believe that establishing a joint work agenda that considers the purposes as the axis could benefit the entity and all its members, while bringing our Foundation closer to the objective for which it was created.