Thousands packed Denver’s City Park for the annual Walk MS on Saturday. CBS4 is a proud sponsor of the event and CBS4’s Karen Leigh was the emcee.
Minnesota Wild goaltender doesn’t want to be considered the NHL’s only player with multiple sclerosis, he just wants to be recognized for stopping the puck.
Walk MS is not just a walk – it’s an effort to change lives and fight a disease that affects thousands of people in our state. The money raised helps fund important research. Some of that research has led to three new oral treatments.
Next Saturday is the 25th annual Walk MS. When the walks began there were no treatments available, but that’s all changed.
As many as 10,000 children suffer from multiple sclerosis. Now researchers around the nation have begun a study to find what in their environments and genetics may have triggered a disease at a young age.
A lot more Coloradans could become eligible for public health care assistance under a new plan. Gov. John Hickenlooper wants to expand Medicaid coverage for thousands of adults and children.
He’s a nephew of Donny and Marie and another generation of Osmond family singers, but David Osmond was in Colorado Tuesday to speak on a far different topic.
Saturday morning thousands of cyclists pedaled their way along the Front Range to raise money and awareness in the fight against Multiple Sclerosis.
Colorado has one of the highest rates of multiple sclerosis in the country and CBS4 is once again partnering with the MS Society to promote next weekend’s “Bike MS.”
Thousands of people laced up their sneakers at City Park on Saturday to raise money to fight multiple sclerosis.