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Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Walk, Hyderabad

'MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AWARENESS WALK'

• THE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY OF INDIA (MSSI) CONDUCTS A WALK TO CREATE AWARENESS.
• A WALK FROM KBR PARK MAIN GATE TO JUBILEE HILLS CHECK POST.
• NATIONAL BADMINTON CHAMPION Ms. SHRUTI KURIEN, NATIONAL WOMEN'S DOUBLE CHAMPION FOR EIGHT

YEARS AND WINNER OF WOMEN'S DOUBLES AT KLRC BULGARIAN OPEN FLAGGED THE "MS AWARENESS WALK."
9th February 2014

Many well known doctors and celebrities from the city joined in 'MS AWARENESS WALK', an event organized by MSSI Hyderabad Chapter to create awareness about "MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS" among the public. Many MS patients were also present and joined the walk.

The Awareness Walk was flagged off by Ms. Shruti Kurien, who has been a National Women's - Doubles Champion for eight years and also won women's -doubles title at KLRC Bulgaria Open Grand Prix and started from KBR Park Main Gate and proceeded to jubilee Hills Check Post.

"Multiple Sclerosis is a disease that is not very much known to people. It is basically an inflammatory disease in which the protective cover of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord are damaged. This affects the ability of the nervous system to function properly, due to which the simplest daily functions can no longer be performed efficiently. This walk is an innovative way of creating awareness among the public." said The Multiple Sclerosis Society of India (MSSI) as a charitable non-profit voluntary organization. MSSI Hyderabad Chapter was started on 4th September 2005 by passionate individuals who work towards reducing the pain and suffering of MS affected people by providing services to help them deal with the daily challenges and improve their quality of life.

"I am honored by the privilege to flag the "MS AWARENESS WALK". It gives me immense pleasure to be a part of this cause. Only when people are aware they can actually know more about the diseases medication and steps to be followed for taking care of people effected around them." said Shruti Kurien, National Badminton Champion.
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