Multiple Sclerosis: 6 Years and A Million Dollars Later #CureMS

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  Multiple Sclerosis:  6 Years and A Million Dollars Later #CureMS   Since I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2008, I have talked to countless people about this disease. For example: I have participated in MS support groups online and in person. I have talked to fellow patients in the neurologist's waiting room. I have educated cashiers at the stores I visit … [Read more...]

Free Facebook Cover Downloads: #CureMS , Turquoise Sunshine, + God Bless America

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  Free Facebook Cover Downloads: #CureMS , Turquoise Sunshine, and God Bless America     About 4 weeks ago, feisty hubby came home from work complaining of a sore throat, a runny nose, and overall aches and pains. He seldom gets sick and is usually quick to recover. Within 2 days, his cold was gone. Within 2 days, I was sick as a dog. I had all of his symptoms plus extra … [Read more...]

She Is Me: Family Emergencies and Multiple Sclerosis {a personal story} #CureMS

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  She Is Me:  Family Emergencies and Multiple Sclerosis {a personal story} #CureMS As I pull into the hospital parking lot, I wonder:  how did I get here? I don't even remember the drive. The only thing I remember is finding my dad colored blue and listless in his bed. Fear sets in as I get out of the car. Dear God, I don't want to walk into the hospital and hear that he passed away. I'm … [Read more...]

Multiple Sclerosis News: Tysabri, Stem Cells, CCSVI, Salt, and Genetics Research #curems

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Multiple Sclerosis News   I haven't written a post compiling all the latest Multiple Sclerosis news in a while. Why not? I think I just needed a break from all things MS. MS is such a part of my life that sometimes I don't want to think about it, talk about it, or deal with it. Yes, that's a perfectly normal reaction to have when you deal with a chronic illness. So what's going on … [Read more...]

Latest MS News: Gilenya, Goat’s Blood, + Greed + Please Share My #MSWarriorMotto #curems

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I've searched the internet and compiled the latest multiple sclerosis news from this past week. I don't know about you but I like to stay up to date with the research studies, clinical trials, and the person-centered stories. This first news story has me highly irritated as there's just no excuse. The head of GlaxoSmithKline's Research and Development department in China has been fired for … [Read more...]

Multiple Sclerosis Diary Part 3: Fatigue, Pain, and Depression {The Troubling Trio} #curems

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  When I open my eyes in the morning, I am very grateful to be alive. I truly am. This feeling of gratefulness often fights with two things {three things if I'm honest}:  fatigue, pain, and depression. The fatigue creeps in as soon as I open my eyes and it pushes out all thoughts of gratefulness. This isn't the kind of fatigue that is a result of not getting eight hours of sleep. This … [Read more...]

Latest Multiple Sclerosis News: Tysabri, Jack Osbourne, New Injectable, + Promising Research #curems

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  Reality star Jack Osbourne has cut out dairy, salt and sugar from his diet in a bid to combat the symptoms of multiple sclerosis. He is even ignoring the advice of his doctors regarding his workout routine. What do you think of the changes he is making? Read the full article>> Philadelphia University architecture students Cameron Swengel and Alex Klohr will lead a team of … [Read more...]