The MS Project - Molaski, Laina
Your Name: Laina Turner-Molaski
Your Blog, Website, or Shop Name: www.themsproject.com
Description of your site: A blog and social site for people that promotes information to help raise awareness for MS.
Tell us a little about yourself: I am a college professor an author.
What type of MS do you have? I don't. My mother passed away from the disease and I do this work in her memory.
When were you diagnosed?n/a
Why did you start your blog or website? To help promote awareness.
How long have you had it? 1 year
What do you wish to accomplish with it? Raise people awareness for MS
Do you make or sell something? This year (March) I will be launching The MS Project volume 2. A collection of stories written by people with MS that are encouraging and inspirational. Showcasing their great courage.
Where can visitors find you? www.themsproject.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
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