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By DutchGuy - June 20, 2017
I work at the (world-famous!) HIV clinic at San Francisco General Hospital and in 2005 -while working in Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa (teaching doctors and nurses how to use the HIV medications... READ MORE

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By JenMac57 - June 20, 2017
After several years of migraines, fatigue, vertigo, pain in hands, tightness in my chest, depression and anxiety, I woke up one morning and couldn’t use my hands. They were completely palsied. I... READ MORE

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By DawnW. - June 20, 2017
I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis June 20, 1998. They confirmed it July 31, 1998 on my first anniversary. To this date I am a walking talking miracle; I think I have... READ MORE

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By - June 10, 2017
I was diagnosed about 17 years ago. I am very fortunate not to have extreme symptoms and a very loving spouse. My youngest son died from a heroin OD three years ago... READ MORE

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By AMAMS - June 10, 2017
Hi does anyone have anything to say about stem cells – about using them, about the results – what to believe? Where to go?

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By Carlita Coley - May 26, 2017
Something about taking my clothes off that cool November night inspired me to run my fingers alongside the left side of my body, to affirm the seductive curve of my shape. As... READ MORE

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By MonstrositySickness101 - May 26, 2017
Hi. I just came across this website and registered. I read many stories, thank you all so much for sharing and letting me know I’m not alone. I’ve had MS for 7... READ MORE

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By Karen - May 26, 2017
I love the Dollar Tree store. They sell food to table settings, craft supplies to toilet cleaner, picture frames to name-brand batteries. The thing about these 8-pack batteries is that only a... READ MORE

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By Rebel - May 26, 2017
HI! I was diagnosed at the age of 48. I’m now 56. One day I had a severe pain in my tongue that lasted a few seconds. Afterwards my tongue felt weird.... READ MORE

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By GrannySharon - May 26, 2017
Not long ago, although it seems like an eternity, I was diagnosed with MS. It was then I started my journey down a path I wish on no one. For this is... READ MORE

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By jmaxwell - May 25, 2017
I read a recent article by Devin Garlit. It was titled “Some Bizarre Life Hacks I’ve Adopted Because of MS”. I liked it so much that we are going to use that... READ MORE

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By Drew Swan - May 21, 2017
Hey MS.net family! My name is Drew and I live in the beautiful state of Maine. I served our great country in the Air Force, and deployed overseas to Afganistan. I was... READ MORE

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By celindasfriend - May 21, 2017
I am in love with someone with MS. She is a health care professional, very aware of her situation, and active in the MS community. She had told me about the Spoon... READ MORE

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By Gooch - May 21, 2017
It was 1997 and I was playing centerfield for the Dallas Indians in a recreational baseball league. One particularly balmy April afternoon I lost feeling in my hands while warming up between... READ MORE

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By S.Reese - May 21, 2017
I had migraines since about 8 years old. The Aura and my arm would flip around. That’s back in the sixties, parents figured probably I’d grow out of it. By 28 I... READ MORE

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By BaltoRic - May 21, 2017
The year was 1992 and I had just graduated from my undergraduate college. The week was full of graduation parties and fun events leading up to either grad school or a much-coveted... READ MORE

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