Welcome to You Don’t Know Jack About MS®
A lot has changed since you first learned about my relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) diagnosis in 2012. For starters, I welcomed another beautiful baby girl, Andy, into my family in 2015. Pearl has really grown up and is doing an awesome job taking on the role of “big sister,” and most recently, I hit the road with my dad for a father-son journey across the US to film Ozzy and Jack's World Detour, which is also produced by my production company, Osbourne Media. So as you can see, a lot has been going on since I was diagnosed with RRMS.
In addition to my growing family, life, and television projects, I’ve continued to work in partnership with Teva Neuroscience, speaking out about the need for MS research and greater awareness. When I was diagnosed, I went online to try and find information and resources that I could easily understand, but I had a really hard time finding what I was looking for. So, I wanted to create a destination for people newly diagnosed with MS and their family members—that’s how YouDon’tKnowJackAboutMS.com started!
We’ve done a lot more with the site since we launched the campaign a few years ago. It is a destination for those living with MS or others who want to learn more about it. The site contains educational content and downloadable patient resources, a series of webisodes about life with MS, and blog posts from me and my friends and family members. I created the site because I want to make sure anyone who receives a diagnosis of MS has a place to turn. Ultimately, I want others that are newly diagnosed or living with MS to know they have resources and that, while RMS is a major part of my life, it doesn’t define my life.
Thanks for tuning in and being part of this journey!
My story webisodes
This online documentary series highlights Jack’s inspiring journey with relapsing-remitting MS — and how he doesn’t let it control his life!
Jack and others share personal reflections on life with RMS in the You Don’t Know Jack About MS® blog.
The resources on this page can help you prepare for visits with your doctor and better understand multiple sclerosis.