Earlier this year, the National MS Society released a study that says nearly one million people in the United States are living with multiple sclerosis, which is more than double the original estimate of 400,000.Read More
I never want to be perceived to "sugar coat" multiple sclerosis. MS is a horrible disease that deeply affects many people and their loved ones. I’m not ignoring the negative aspects of this disease but to me, I'd rather try to find some silver lining. I'd rather focus on what I can do rather than what I can't. I'd rather channel my energy toward what this experience has given me rather than what it has taken away.Read More
Switching to Ocrevus, a medication that is only administered twice a year, has thrown me completely off my game. For the first time in about 15 years, I don’t have to worry about taking medication daily or several times a week. Since 2003, I’ve been so conditioned to taking a disease-modifying therapy on a regular basis that I’ve felt like something has been missing lately in my fight against MS.Read More
I used to refer to "control-alt-delete" as those 20 minutes naps I needed to combat MS fatigue and to make it through my day. Now, control-alt-delete has taken on a whole new meaning for me on an even larger scale. Sometimes when life is happening at suboptimal levels, we need to take the time to shut down and reboot.Read More
Receive all the latest MS News directly to your inbox!