One Size Does Not Fit All

Last updated: August 2019

5 months after I completed a marathon, I was dx'd with RRMS, and when I swore off marathoning again when! I crossed the finish line, this new one with MS.

As a life long New Yorker racing to beat the light was a way of life. MS has really forced me to slow my pace and actually try and appreciate all the good things that I have in my world. I got a graduate degree in Social Work and continue to speak and write as a patient advocate whenever I can. And as I have said for the last quarter-century, my MS wasn't life-threatening, but life ALTERING.

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