At the urging of a fellow active MSer (who has an uncanny knack for steering me right), I have entered my MS Video of Hope—condensed to 5 minutes—into the 2011 Neuro Film Festival, an annual contest hosted by the American Academy of Neurology Foundation. The public (i.e., you guys) can vote for the “Fan Favorite” through March 8, 2011. The leading vote getter will be screened this April at the Neuro Film Festival in Honolulu during the Academy's 63rd Annual Meeting, which is the world’s largest meeting of neurologists with more than 10,000 attendees.
Here’s where I need your help. With your assistance—forward this link to friends, Facebook it, Tweet about it, put it on the side of a blimp, oh, and vote—we can open up a can of Whoop MS on the AAN and get this message across to a gaggle of neuros. There are other MS videos, but this is the only one that focuses on cutting-edge research. And I may be biased, but it's the best and definitely worth viewing.
Please help spread the word on the importance of multiple sclerosis research. “Hope and a Clinical Trial to Halt MS” needs your support in the 2011 Neuro Film Festival. Vote for it at the below link by 3/8!