The Carnation: Symbol for a Cure
The carnation. It's Canada's oldest and most recognized symbol of hope in the quest to end multiple sclerosis.
Many Canadians living with multiple sclerosis are mothers. Others, either children or adults, have mothers affected by this disease because women are diagnosed with MS three times as often as men. That's why every year the MS Carnation Campaign takes place over Mother's Day weekend
From May 9-11, 2013, thousands of volunteers in more than 280 communities across Canada will be showing their dedication to finding a cure by selling carnations on street corners, malls and other public spaces.
Help raise awareness about multiple sclerosis by purchasing a carnation and together we will end MS.
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