The Multiple Sclerosis Tapestry: A series of interviews with people whose lives are affected by Multiple Sclerosis
Posted Jan 14 2009 8:23pm
Merely Me's Corner
Monday, September 22, 2008
Multiple Sclerosis is often described as an invisible disease due to the fact that so many of the symptoms are unseen by the public eye. It would be difficult, if not impossible, for anyone to identify all the people in their community who have MS. Although our disease is considered to be invisible, it doesn't mean we have to be. Who are the people who have this mysterious disease? What is life like after the diagnosis? How does one cope? How does having Multiple Sclerosis affect work, parenting, and relationships with others? Who are the many faces of MS?
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