Welcome to the ACP Community

Receiving an MS diagnosis can bring about a whirlwind of emotions and uncertainties. Whether you’re new to this journey or have been living with MS for a while, it’s completely natural to have questions and concerns.

You might be wondering, “What does daily life look like now?” and questions like, “When will there be a cure?” are on the minds of many. While we don’t have all the answers, there is hope in ongoing research and advancements. At ACP, we’re committed to answering the questions most important to you. We’ll connect you with up-to-date information where answers exist and invite you to become a research partner where more evidence is needed.

Through ACP’s people-powered research network, iConquerMS, you can find the community and research opportunities to propel MS research forward.

Diagnosed with pediatric MS? iConquerMS Kids & Teens is the community for you!

Join iConquerMS & Drive Research Forward​

If you’ve been affected by MS, we need to hear from you.​

Find Community Through iConquerMS

You are not alone in your MS diagnosis. Join a community of over 8,500 members from 58 countries and all 50 states. Members of iConquerMS are driving, shaping, and accelerating MS research on the topics that matter most to them. Help find solutions for today while driving toward the cure.

Drive Research Forward

Lend your voice and experience to research studies through iConquerMS. Members of iConquer MS participate in a variety of ways from completing research surveys, to serving as focus group members, to holding a position on iConquerMS’s governance, and others. Your role and level of involvement is up to you!

Ensure Research Reflects Your Priorities

People affected by MS can and should have a role in every part of research. iConquerMS members are shaping and accelerating research by contributing their research questions, assist in designing studies, determining how research success is measured, and taking charge of disseminating research evidence. Your participation drives us forward toward the cure.


Members of ACP’s Research Inclusion Diversity and Equity (RIDE) Council have put together the following resources to address some of the most common challenges faced by people affected by MS.

What Others Are Saying

Together with our community we’re working to improve the health, healthcare, and quality of life for all affected by MS. We’re working toward the cure, while accelerating research for better living today.

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