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MS Ireland launch new Facebook Page!

Tuesday October 04 2011 11:11 AM

We always strive to keep you updated with the latest news about MS Ireland...

 

We always strive to keep you updated with the latest news about MS Ireland and we felt the best way to do this on Facebook was to merge all of our existing pages into one.

Our hope for this page is to engage with all of our members to give them a full picture of every aspect of the work of MS Ireland. We will have updates on the latest developments in MS, information about all of our fundraising campaigns and a discussions board where we will encourage interesting and topical conversations.

Our existing pages will be deleted at the end of this month so if you are connected with us, please visit our new page, give us a 'Like' and be a part of our new community.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Multiple-Sclerosis-Ireland/212882388732409?sk=wall

Author: MS Ireland

Tags: facebook

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