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Passes for MS

Team Fundraising Goal: $32,500.00

Help move the ball forward toward the ultimate goal of creating a world free of MS.

For every pass completed by the New England Patriots during the 2012-2013 regular season, Biogen Idec (http://www.biogenidec.com) will donate $100 to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater New England Chapter.

You can make forward progress too by making a personal contribution to the Passes for MS campaign using this convenient and secure website.

Thanks to Biogen Idec and to you for helping to create a world free of MS!

"Did you know that multiple sclerosis affects about two-and-a-half million people worldwide? I know full well the damaging effects this disease can have, which is why I’ll be teaming up with Biogen Idec during the 2012 NFL season on the Passes for MS program. Together, we can achieve our goals of finding the end zone and changing the lives of people with MS."



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Lori Bergman
Fri, Mar 02, 2012
Thank you for the support! It was a fun way to appreciate the Patriots while raising funds to fight MS. I have MS and have a wonderful supporting family and friends who encourage me. We have done the MS Worcester Walk since 2006, raising over $15,000.

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