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An MS patient recounts the tumultuous times that followed her diagnosis and offers advice to others with the condition.
Six years, an MS diagnosis, and the quest for information led this woman to books.
Having a chronic condition often means not being able to enjoy the things you did before you were diagnosed—but it can also result in discovering new pursuits and pleasures.
While she’s applying hair extensions for some of the world’s top celebrities, she’s also battling MS.
Primary Progressive MS (PPMS) manifests differently than other forms of the disease and poses challenges for diagnosis and treatment.
Diagnosing multiple sclerosis is not as easy as undergoing an MRI scan and having a neurologist watch you walk; instead, it is a challenging process, and neurologists want to get it right. One thing that was considered even before I underwent MRI sca...