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This clinical care app has up-to-date information on diagnosis, classification, and management of MS. It was developed in collaboration with the National MS Society for doctors and other medical professionals involved in MS patient care. Other built-in resources include courses, assessment scales, and evidence-based treatment strategies.

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My MS Manger comes from a collaboration between the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA) and @Point of Care. It’s designed for people with MS and caregivers. Use it to log daily updates about your condition, like pain level, mood, physical activity, and symptoms. The app also lets you set calendar reminders for medications.

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The more information about MS symptoms you can provide, the more successful your healthcare team will be at recommending treatments that work best for you. MS Self makes it easy for you to keep detailed records. Use the journal entry feature to log daily symptoms, mood, energy level, mobility, activity, and personal thoughts. You can even personalize entries to include how the weather affects your symptoms and sync the app with a Fitbit to track activity and sleep.

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Living with MS can feel lonely, especially if you don’t know anyone else with the condition. Connecting with people who have similar experiences is important in helping you realize you’re not alone. Healthline’s MS Buddy is designed to help you find others who have MS, no matter what stage you’re in. Get access to the latest MS news and research while making new friends.

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Looking for a social network dedicated to MS? My MS Team connects you with people from all over who are living with MS. Get emotional support and advice, post updates and information about your diagnosis, and ask or answer questions. The newest version also includes inspiring quotations and MS-related infographics.

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Managing medications can be difficult for patients and caregivers. CareZone makes it easy for everyone. Set reminders for taking medication and refilling prescriptions. The app also helps you stay organized by keeping track of doctor’s appointments, insurance information, and other things you may have trouble remembering. You can even take pictures of a medication, and CareZone will fill in the details automatically.

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This app was created to honor the developer’s loved one, who lived with MS. It allows users to connect through a chat feature and share experiences with one another. Caregivers and doctors can also join the conversation.

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This app lets you calculate your Expanded Disability Status Scale (EDSS) score. The EDSS method is a common tool used to gauge MS progression. Knowing your score helps you monitor the level of disability caused by MS over time.

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My MS Diary was developed for people with MS, or other conditions, that require getting injection treatments. Use it to set alarms for when it’s time to remove your medication from the fridge and when to administer the injection. You can even personalize the settings to remind you where on your body to give the injection.

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The BeCare MS Link app collects data in order to calculate your Expanded Disability Status Scale (EDSS) score. Each time you start a session, the app guides you through several tasks and activities. Then an algorithm analyzes your results to determine an EDSS score. Your data is saved so you can see changes in the score over time.

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This app was made to help doctors diagnose patients with MS. It provides an interactive diagram that guides them through the McDonald criteria for MS diagnosis based on information entered about a patient. There are also definitions of an MS attack and examples of what MS can look like on an MRI.

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MSFocus Radio is a service provided by the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation. Its mission is to empower people with MS by giving them information to make informed decisions about their care. The app offers round-the-clock advice, encouragement, and education for people with MS. You can listen on the web or by using your mobile device.