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I watched your blender ad a few years ago and was impressed. I had no idea you had a medical condition you were grappling successfully with at the time.
Dear Mr Montel Williams, I am writing to you on behalf of our single homeless moms in Tacoma, Washington - the moms of Next Chapter Family, that opened
My journey has been long and arduous. I am hanging in there, though. It takes every ounce of my inner strength to get through each day. I have been challenged
Top Ten at Life in Spite of MS, Top 10 Pages, 10 Most Visited - Here you'll find the 10 Top Pages on our site! Check them out!
CCSVI is ineffective according to Dr Zamboni. He recently published a paper in JAMA, showing that, after doing a double blind study, CCSVI doesn't work.
Life comes with many opportunities, it all depends on one’s choice on how to design or weave it. You either choose to fight or surrender, this is a story
Hi Steven - Up in the middle of the night and couldn’t get back to sleep. Got my cellphone and started bopping around EBay. I tend to have a unique chain
If you take other drugs for other conditions or symptoms besides MS, then you may run into problems, especially if those drugs are addicting.
The MS Awareness Shop is where you'll find all those accessories to create awareness of multiple sclerosis, one mug at a time
Our MS Jewelry Shop is where you can find pins, bracelets, pendants, and more - jewelry with a multiple sclerosis theme.
Here's My VoxxLife Socks Story...., so far. If socks are your thing, then you're in for a treat when you hear my story.
Hi Montel, I've just been diagnosed with RRMS. I was looking at the medications the other night and the side effects scare me. I was just wondering if
How could I have thought How could I've ever known That when I first laid my eyes upon you That my feelings would be so strong Strong and what I believe
A new book about our lives, available in March 2019: https://youtu.be/0dLRGjD357A
My ms story started very early in my childhood. I always knew there was something wrong with my health, even when no one believed me. The headaches I experienced
Since my brother has had MS he does videos with his dog, he is an amazing trainer and his dog is super smart. View videos on YouTube, they are funny and
Every time I see an interview that someone has done with you, I find it very inspiring. I love that you live your life with purpose and intention. The
I am a volunteer veterans advocate in upstate New York. I want to say thank you for your service to our country. My late husband was a Navy Vietnam veteran
After being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and having a terrible accident that severely damaged the use of my left hand, I found my therapy through
My new single is Statue Of A Fool. Vince Smith Reply: That's great, Vince! Thanks so much for letting our visitors know. I am sure they will find it
This is Your Interview Page - You can interview your loved one, family or friend - about their MS.
Meet Steven Mueller and his wife, Angie. Unlike most couples, they both have MS and have agreed to share their story.
Hi! Fans, when you download any of my songs, all proceeds go to Life in spite of MS. Thanks alot for being a fan, I sure do appreciate it. Vince
Hello, My name is Madeline and I work for a consumer insights agency based in Brooklyn, NY. We are currently conducting research about the MS caregiver
The hopes and dreams for my life changed forever on that fateful day in May 1999 when I was diagnosed with MS. I can still hear the words the neurologist
As a Spouse Caregiver of someone with MS, the time spent in this role can be overwhelming, as much as it is a blessing.
Hello again! It's been a long time ... but I was one of your interviews (just saw myself on your page). You came up in my Google search ... so we meet
All the LiSoMS Videos in one place! You can find them all right here. Cir's vlogs, yes, that's right - he's vlogging! Let us know how you like them.
...You are a true inspiration to many of us. As for as whom will read this and respond I will thank you all. Hello, my name is Casey Raines, I have MS!
Stem Cell Therapy for MS, or SVF, is a treatment that many people wish they could get. The results have been very positive for those who are able to afford it.
The MS Recipe - what exactly is it? For those who already use essential oils, you may already know. For those who don't, read on...
Hi all! Just wanted to let everyone know that we will be canceling the forum page. We have over 600 members, however, it is just too expensive to keep up without any participation.
Sooo, our solution to this is a new Network - which by the way is free! Click on the link and you'll be taken right there to join. Hopefully this will be better way to engage with one another.
So head on over and join now. The forum page will be closing soon.
MS Mouse would like to share her challenges with you, her fellow MSers. Here you will find blog posts especially for you.
A wheelchair is a fact of life for many MSers. Yet for some, it's something that they hope they'll never need.
MS is the Snowflakes Disease. Want to know why? You may already know. We just found out the reason a few weeks ago.
Are there any essential oils for MS that can help alleviate the symptoms or even slow the progression of the disease? If so, what are they?
A wheelchair ramp is a must if you use a scooter, powerchair, or manual wheelchair. We tried living in one apartment without one and it was not fun.
An accessible kitchen is a must if you do most of the cooking and even if you don't, it's a necessary convenience.
Cir's 4th infusion of Tysabri went well. No video again - hopefully next time. Also, no adverse reactions and still on an uphill as far as feeling more
More African Americans with MS Videos part 3. Here you'll find even more videos of people of color sharing their journey's with multiple sclerosis.
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