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Monthly Veteran Podcasts

During every episode you'll hear subject matter experts weigh in on MS issues and VA care and services for people living with MS.

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YouTube Videos with Veterans

View our YouTube videos which talk about the symptoms of MS through the life of a Veteran living with MS.

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March MS Awareness

March is MS Awareness month!

Learn how to help spread the word about MS for the month of March.

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Multiple Sclerosis Centers of Excellence

MSCoE LogoThe Veterans Affairs Multiple Sclerosis Centers of Excellence (MSCoE) are dedicated to furthering the understanding of multiple sclerosis (MS), its impact on Veterans, and effective treatments to help manage MS. By partnering with Veterans, caregivers, health care professionals, MS advocates, Veteran service organizations, and community health care institutes, MSCoE strives to minimize impairment and maximize quality of life for Veterans with MS.

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MSCoE is committed to ensuring access to VA MS health care services. To help in this process, a national network of MS care has been created. This network consists of the MSCoE East and West Coordinating Centers and the MS Regional Specialty Programs

Each Veterans Integrated Service Network (VISN) will have at least one MS Regional Specialty Program that will serve as a source for MS specialty consultation and education. 

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August 2023

VHA Directive 1101.06, Multiple Sclerosis System of Care, has been approved for publication; it can be found by clicking on the following link.This directive describes the essential components and procedures of the MS Center that are to be implemented nationally to ensure that all enrolled Veterans, wherever they live, have access to MS care. 

May 2023

With more than 28,000 cases of MS reported to the Department of Veterans Affairs annually, Paralyzed Veterans of America – the nation’s premier nonprofit of choice for disabled Veterans, their families, and caregivers – is expanding its membership as medical technology advances early detection of MS, inviting all Veterans with MS to join. Learn more!

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Links are provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only. They do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by MSCoE of any of the products, services, or opinions of the organization. MSCoE bears no responsibility for the accuracy, legality, or content of the external site or for that of subsequent links. Contact the external site for answers to questions regarding its content.

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We are fortunate to have Veterans share their stories of living with MS. These stories are filled with life's challenges, the value of family and friends, lots of hopefulness, with a little sense of humor thrown in. We hope you enjoy reading these stories.

YouTube Videos

Our YouTube series covers a variety issues effecting Veterans with MS. Each video shares information about MS, and personal perspectives from Veterans and their health care team. 


For Veterans with MS, MSCoE recommends following guidance from the National MS Society, Centers for Disease Control, and VA regarding prevention and treatment of COVID-19. Use the following links to access information.