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You are very fortunate to over come your MS.
My husband is not. I see him going down hill everyday.
Was diagnosed in 2000.
Now early retirement and having much difficulty walking. Doesn't get out much but to Doctor's appts.
So hope you are grateful you have the right Drs. and the right care to over come your MS.
I don't see that for my husband.
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