Fight Like a Girl MS Multiple Sclerosis Shirts, Apparel, and Merchandise

May 23, 2013

Support your loved one battling MS aka multiple sclerosis with our eye-catching Fight Like a Girl MS shirts, gifts, merchandise, and apparel featuring an anime cartoon girl in orange boxing gloves and an orange multiple sclerosis MS awareness ribbon. This exclusive Fight Like a Girl MS design is available in mom, friend, cousin, daughter, grandma, granddaughter, and over 30 additional loved ones.

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Sister Fights Like Girl MS 42.9.png Shirt by fightlikeagirlgifts

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MS Facts and Info

July 2, 2010

Those living with multiple sclerosis are presented with numerous challenges each day—challenges that most people take for granted. Multiple areas of an MS patient’s life can be affected by their condition, including their personal relationships and social life, work, parenting, and dozens of other aspects. Over 400,000 people in the United States have MS, yet the majority of Americans do not have much knowledge about the condition.

Awareness Gift Boutique wants to help spread the word and raise awareness of multiple sclerosis, so here are a few fast facts about MS courtesy of the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation:

  • About 45 percent of the people with MS are not severely affected by the disease.
  • Diagnosis of MS is usually between 20 and 40 years of age.
  • MS affects more women than men, with a ratio of 2:1.
  • About 85 percent of those who are newly diagnosed have the relapsing-remitting form of MS.
  • Without disease-modifying therapy, about 50 percent of those diagnosed with relapsing-remitting MS will become progressive at 10 years.
  • Without disease-modifying therapy, about one-third of those diagnosed with relapsing-remitting MS will be using a wheelchair at 20 years.
  • MS does not significantly affect life span.
  • The course of the disease is unpredictable and no two people will experience the same set of symptoms.

If you or one of your loved ones is living with MS, help spread the word with our distinctive line of apparel featuring orange MS awareness ribbons and encouraging slogans. If you’re participating in an MS fundraiser and need multiple shirts, please keep us in mind! Awareness Gift Boutique offers volume discounts on quantities as low as ’11’.

Multiple Sclerosis MS Find The Cure 1 T-shirt by Awareness Gift Boutique

Multiple Sclerosis MS Find The Cure 1 T-shirt

Multiple Sclerosis MS Find The Cure 1 T-shirt

Multiple Sclerosis Chick Gone Orange T Shirt by Awareness Gift Boutique

Multiple Sclerosis Chick Gone Orange T Shirt

Multiple Sclerosis Chick Gone Orange T Shirt

MS Multiple Sclerosis BUTTERFLY 3.1 Tanktop by Awareness Gift Boutique

Additional MS Awareness apparel and gift items are available in our MS Awareness section!

The informational content of this blog is intended to convey general educational information and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional healthcare advice.


MS Awareness: Help Us Spread the Word!

June 4, 2010

In the United States alone, approximately 400,000 people are living with a condition called multiple sclerosis.

Multiple sclerosis, or MS for short, is an often-disabling disease that attacks the central nervous system. The central nervous system is comprised of the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves. MS is often chronic, or recurrent, and extremely unpredictable. According to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, different people are likely to experience very different symptoms when it comes to MS, which means that the course of the disease may look very different from one person to another. Unfortunately, this can initially cause difficulties diagnosing the condition.

There are several different medications that have been shown to slow down the progression of MS, meaning that most people with MS do not become severely disabled. Most have a normal or near-normal life expectancy.

The official cause of MS is not yet known, but scientists believe a combination of various factors may be involved, including gender, genetics, age, geography, and ethnic background. Some common initial indicators of MS include fatigue, numbness, and walking or balance problems.

Here at Awareness Gift Boutique, our slogan is “Creating Awareness for Those Matters that Matter,” and MS awareness is important to us. Our exclusive line of MS awareness apparel and merchandise featuring the orange MS awareness ribbon is available in our online boutique, and you may be interested in some of the following T-shirts:

Multiple Sclerosis HOPE FAITH CURE Tee Shirts by Awareness Gift Boutique

Multiple Sclerosis HOPE FAITH CURE Tee Shirts

Multiple Sclerosis HOPE FAITH CURE Tee Shirts

See Speak Hear No Multiple Sclerosis MS 1 T Shirts by Awareness Gift Boutique

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See Speak Hear No Multiple Sclerosis MS 1 T Shirts

SCREW Multiple Sclerosis 1 T Shirts by Awareness Gift Boutique

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SCREW Multiple Sclerosis 1 T Shirts

Thank you for stopping by, and be sure to visit again soon!

The informational content of this blog is intended to convey general educational information and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional healthcare advice.


MS aka Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Blog

March 7, 2010

Welcome to our Multiple Sclerosis Awareness blog. We are Awareness Gift Boutique and are pleased to bring you a blog created especially to promote awareness for multiple sclerosis aka MS. As cancer survivors, survivor spouses, and avid awareness advocates we are pleased to use this blog to deliver useful information and news regarding MS as well as spotlight some of our exclusive multiple sclerosis MS awareness designs available on a variety of t-shirts, apparel, and gifts through our awareness shop.

Having been personally affected by cancer and other life-threatening diseases, our efforts to promote and advocate awareness go beyond the sale of a t-shirt. In addition to multiple free services offered by Awareness Gift Boutique to inform and educate the public, we are regular contributors to numerous medical research charities as well as animal shelters and Save Darfur efforts.

We look forward to sharing and communicating with you through this blog and invite you to share your own thoughts, stories, and comments regarding your experience with multiple sclerosis MS or about MS in general.