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Gabriel Pardo, MD,offers a comprehensive approach to MS through optimal medical treatment and advanced clinical and translational research. He is an associate member of the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF), and the Director of the OMRF Multiple Sclerosis Center of Excellence in Oklahoma City. At the center, patients receive multi-disciplinary medical care, disease-focused education, and access to clinical trials.

Dr. Pardo is a trained neurologist and ophthalmologist and completed a fellowship in neuro-ophthalmology. He is also a clinical assistant professor of neurology at the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Pardo provides services to the National MS Society as a trustee of the South Central Region board and as a member of several committees, including the Executive Committee of the National Medical Advisory Board, the National Council of Clinical Action Committee Chairs, the Comprehensive and Coordinated Care Review Committee, and the Client Education Committee. He has numerous publications in the area of MS, and serves as reviewer for several major peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Pardo was inducted into the Volunteer Hall of Fame of the National MS Society in 2008, under the Health Professionals/Research category.

David Lyonswas diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2006 at the age of 47. A healthy bodybuilder and former owner of fitness centers, Lyons made the choice to fight MS head on through bodybuilding. He founded The MS Bodybuilding Challenge and in 2009, at age 50, competed in his first bodybuilding contest with MS, winning an impressive Most Inspirational trophy. In 2012 Lyons and his wife Kendra, a registered nurse, created the MS Fitness Challenge to implement the support people with MS need to stay as fit as possible, overcome limits and keep their bodies moving.

Brad and Robynn Mannare long-time residents of New Jersey. They have been married more than 18 years and they have four children, two boys and two girls. Brad has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, narcolepsy, and REM sleep behavior disorder. These are not his only illnesses, but the ones that consistently give him the most challenges. Prior to going on permanent disability, Brad worked in banking for most of his career. He has a degree in accounting from the University at Albany in New York. Robynn met Brad at work over 20 years ago and uses her perspective to describe the changes chronic illnesses imposes not only on the individual with the illness, but on their relationships and family life.

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