MS: No Filter

When researching any disease topic on the Internet you’re likely to find page after page of search results tailored for varying audiences and levels. Whether you’re living with the condition or researching it for a loved one, what you find can be overwhelming medical jargon and scary terminology. Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is no different. Not only are people living with MS searching far and wide for answers to questions about their condition, but they are also being met with cold, static information that doesn’t help them to feel any more informed. The solution? MS: No Filter.

MS: No Filter is an online dictionary and Chrome extension developed by Living Like You, created to take existing MS information from across the web and infuse it with lighthearted perspectives in layman’s terms; none of that medical speak. The purpose of MS: No Filter is to give those living with MS and their loved ones an opportunity to learn about MS in a new, honest way.

Visit Living Like You to learn more about MS: No Filter, information on installing the Chrome extension into your browser and for clips of real-talk MS definitions, like the one below.

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