Ray Sabbatini's


Multiple Sclerosis Extreme is an MS Organization dedicated to finding a Cure for MS. MS Extreme is taking MS Awareness to a whole new level in our efforts to help find a Cure. MS Extreme is dedicated to Raising Money for Research and Awareness for Multiple Sclerosis (MS), a debilitating disease affecting nearly half a million Americans.

Our ground breaking organization was started by Ray Sabbatini, a Multiple Sclerosis sufferer. Who knows better about what MS sufferers need than someone suffering from this Debilitating Disease! MS Extreme Helps MS sufferers through Education, Advocacy, Support for Them and Their Families, Research Funding and Extreme Fundraising Events.

MS Extreme & Ray Sabbatini are dedicated to do "Whatever It Takes" to Keep Multiple Sclerosis in the "Spotlight" & to Find a CURE!

MS Extreme helps with:

  1. Empowering MS Sufferers To Never Give Up!

  2. Raising Public Awareness About MS!

  3. Educating MS Sufferers, Their Families & Those Affected!

  4. MS Advocacy!

  5. Funding MS Research!

  6. Extreme Fundraising Events!

  7. Extensive Support Network!

MS Extreme is willing to go to Extreme lengths to Raise Awareness and to put an End to Multiple Sclerosis! MS Extreme will also support others willing to make a difference in the lives of MS Sufferers! What would YOU do to Raise MS Awareness? Send us a video & it could be featured on the MS Extreme website! Got your own Extreme idea? Think you have what it takes to be part of the MS Extreme Team? Let us know! Sign the Guestbook and be a part of the MS Extreme Team! Let's take the MS World by Storm! The Revolution is Now! Come Make a Difference & Help Find a Cure!

   We are Proud Partners of the MYELIN REPAIR FOUNDATION!!!

 They are doing Incredible things and are currently underway with MRF-008

 Clinical Trials!!! Check out their website www.MyelinRepair.org for Info!!!

Multiple Sclerosis (abbreviated MS, also known as disseminated sclerosis or encephalomyelitis disseminata) is a chronic, inflammatory disease that affects the central nervous system (CNS). MS can cause a variety of symptoms, including changes in sensation, visual problems, muscle weakness, depression, difficulties with coordination and speech, severe fatigue, and pain. MS will cause impaired mobility and disability in more severe cases.

Multiple sclerosis affects neurons, the cells of the brain and spinal cord that carry information, create thought and perception, and allow the brain to control the body. Surrounding and protecting some of these neurons is a fatty layer known as the myelin sheath, which helps neurons carry electrical signals. MS causes gradual destruction of myelin (demyelination) and transection of neuron axons in patches throughout the brain and spinal cord. The name multiple sclerosis refers to the multiple scars (or scleroses) on the myelin sheaths. This scarring causes symptoms which vary widely depending upon which signals are interrupted. The predominant theory today is that MS results from attacks by an individual's immune system on the nervous system and it is therefore usually categorized as an autoimmune disease. There is a minority view that MS is not an autoimmune disease, but rather a metabolically dependent neurodegenerative disease.

Multiple sclerosis may take several different forms, with new symptoms occurring either in discrete attacks or slowly accruing over time. Between attacks, symptoms may resolve completely, but permanent neurologic problems often persist. Although much is known about how MS causes damage, its exact cause remains unknown. MS currently does not have a cure, though several treatments are available which may slow the appearance of new symptoms. MS primarily affects adults, with an age of onset typically between 20 and 40 years, and is more common in women than in men.

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