Carolyn

I was diagnosed with MS over 30 years ago. It scared me half to death – thought I’d had a stroke bc I couldn’t walk and talking was in syllables, so weird. Within 2 weeks — REMISSION!

For 2 years I had minor flare-ups lasting a week. Finally, remission for 10 years. I only stopped driving 8 years ago. It was secondary-progressive for a couple of years and then primary progressive.

I still do things: go to the gym for disabled once/week. Go to concerts, the theatre, and later this year an Alaskan cruise. Sure I’m in a power chair but my life is GOOD! Thanks be to God!

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