Taking aim at multiple sclerosis

“When she first started experiencing MS symptoms in 2009, she did not think much about it.

“I lost feeling in a postage stamp-size area on my upper right arm,” she said. “I played with it, and got a bruise there but couldn’t feel it. Then the right side of my face a month later went numb, ear to mouth. I could feel hot and cold, but there was something not right about it.”

She lost her sense of balance and started listing to one side, then started experiencing terrible headaches over one of her eyes.

“At first you want to pretend that nothing is wrong,” she said. “But when I lost my balance, I knew I had to see a doctor.”


A great inspiring story of what it’s like to have multiple sclerosis. This is a must-read for anyone who doesn’t have multiple sclerosis.

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