Myositis Video Chat Support Sessions

Myositis Video Chat Sessions

Below you will find the Video Chat sessions we have scheduled. Be sure to click the title of those you are interested in as some require registration.

IMPORTANT: After registration, be sure to check your email for the full details of the session. If you do not see the email within a few minutes, be sure to check your email’s spam/junk folder. You will need these emails for the custom information to join the session on the scheduled day.

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Myositis video chat support sessions

Registration is required for most sessions

Polymyositis and Dermatomyositis Patient Video Chat Discussion, April 2017

PM/DM Video Chat Session, April 28, 2017

Join MSU for our Polymyositis, Dermatomyositis, ASS, NAM video chat support session. Be a part of the conversation, share your experience, ask questions, and even have some fun. Meet Face-to-Face and share experiences in this non-medical conversation with other people living with myositis! Make new friends who understand! You don’t have to feel alone!

Video Chat Help

We have prepared an entire presentation to help you get
acclimated to the platform we use for Video Chats.
Follow the presentation and go ahead and set up your
free account with
Visit the Video Chat Help Presentation and sign up for your account

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Campaign for Myositis Awareness Month, May 2017

Purchasing a shirt from this booster will help us, Myositis Support and Understanding, with our many patient support programs, education, financial assistance for patients and upcoming programs.

This year, 2017, Myositis Support and Understanding’s awareness month theme is “Sometimes Zebras have spots!” We want to raise awareness about how the experiences, symptoms, and complications of this rare disease are different, even among the patients with the same disease. Doctors are now trained, when you hear hoof beats, look for zebras (rarities), instead of horses (common ailments); when in the past, they only looked for the most common ailments.


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