Friday, May 9, 2008

National MS Society Names Congressman Carnahan as Representative of the Year

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society honored U.S. Congressman Russ Carnahan of Missouri, 3rd Congressional District, today [May 8] as its 2007 Representative of the Year. The award was presented at the Society’s annual gathering of MS activists in Washington, DC. This is the highest honor the Society awards to public officials...

“It has been a privilege working with The National Multiple Sclerosis Society. I have been continually impressed by the devotion and talent of so many individuals’ work to eradicate MS. I am truly honored to be recognized by such a worthwhile organization. Together we can continue to raise awareness and fund research so that those who suffer with MS and those who love them will live to see a cure,” Congressman Russ Carnahan said.

Click here for more information on Congressman Carnahan's web site.

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