Donors help to bring hope to people living with MS
Living with multiple sclerosis can be challenging and sometimes scary. Even when the disease isn’t progressing, there is always a “what if” in the back of the mind.
Providence Multiple Sclerosis Center is privileged to care for more than 4,000 patients and their families. It is the largest MS center in the Pacific Northwest.Make a gift
Providence Multiple Sclerosis Center was founded in 2001 by Stanley Cohan, M.D., with the goal of finding new ways to improve quality of life for people living with MS. Over the last 22 years, Dr. Cohan and his colleagues have been involved in groundbreaking research, including the founding of the National African Americans with MS registry.
The research led by Dr. Cohan and his colleagues plays a critical role in clinical care, expanding the general knowledge of MS and influencing therapeutic recommendations by physicians around the world. Both their clinical research and their basic research in animals seeks new and novel therapeutic agents for MS. Much of this groundbreaking, translational research is funded through philanthropic support.
Research matters. It changes how care is delivered and offers hope for the future. Much of what we know today about multiple sclerosis was learned through research at Providence Multiple Sclerosis Center.
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