National African Americans with Multiple Sclerosis Registry

January 25, 2021 Nora Perry

Our Purpose

The National African Americans with Multiple Sclerosis Registry (NAAMSR) was created by a group of African American neurologists who are nationally-recognized experts in MS. Our goal is to improve care for African Americans with MS by increasing patient and healthcare provider knowledge, while improving access to the best care. The Registry also aims to increase opportunity for African Americans interested in being part of clinical trials, so that the therapeutic needs of African Americans with MS are better addressed in research and medication development.

How Do I Participate?

To sign up or learn more about the registry, visit www.naamsr.org. (Does not work in Internet Explorer. Please use Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or other browser.)

9155 SW Barnes Road, Suite 317, Portland, OR 97225

Phone: 1-503-216-6647, Toll Free: 1-844-696-2666, Email: naamsr@providence.org

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