This page lists Famous People with Multiple Sclerosis A D. If you have come to this page first, be sure and follow the links to the other pages for more famous people with MS.
If you've ever wanted to know which famous people have MS, you've come to the right place. The main page was so long that we decided to divide them up to make them easier for you to read.
If you know of famous people with multiple sclerosis A D who isn't on this list that should be, use the form at the bottom of the list to add your own page. Tell us a little about the person with MS and why they're famous. Add a picture so we can put a face to the name.
In the meanwhile, here is the list. Find out who's on the:
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If you know someone, a local personality, a famous writer, poet, athlete, or musician, who has overcome the effects of MS, we want to know about them.
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ANNE VOLANT ROWLING
MOTHER OF AUTHOR J.K. ROWLING...HARRY POTTER BOOKS. WAS DIAGNOSED AT AGE 34 AND DIED ON 12/30/1990 AT AGE 45 AFTER A LONG BATTLE AND SUFFERING FROM MS. …
Carlos Hathcock - Marine Sniper
Carlos Hathcock was born on May 20, 1942 and died of complications of Multiple Sclerosis on February 23, 1999. He was a United States Marine Corps sniper …
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