Thousands filled Denver’s City Park Saturday morning for the annual Walk MS.
Thousands of people will lace up their sneakers and hit the streets to takes steps against Multiple Sclerosis.
Walk MS not only helps raise money for research but also helps people living with MS across Colorado.
It can be easy to take the little things in life for granted, but one man manages to keep a positive outlook, despite having so many of the little things taken away from him.
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.
This weekend, thousands will lace up their sneakers in the fight against Multiple Sclerosis for Walk MS.
Colorado has one of the higher rates of multiple sclerosis in the country. It’s a disease that often impacts women in their 30s, which can raise concerns when they become pregnant. There is now growing research suggesting that MS flare-ups actually calm down during pregnancy.
CBS4 Health Specialist Kathy Walsh met a woman named Deb Richman who has had great success with some of the newest medications on the market.