WINSTON-SALEM—Multiple Sclerosis, better known as "MS," is the most common disabling neurological disease of young adults in the U.S.
But there's a new program in the Triad to help folks living with the disease better cope. Ever since Brian Murrill's mom, Patsy, was diagnosed with MS in 1995, he knew he wanted to do something big to help her and others living with the disease.
“Throughout the years, we've noticed the slow progression of the disease. At one point, she had some concerns about staying active,” said Brian Murrill.