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Danga Diaries - 03.19.18

“It’s not what happens to you, but how you react to it that matters.”

Some of you guys have spotted this guy at my apartment. 213 more words


“Three of these kids belong together, three of these kids are kinda the same.  But one of these kids is doing his own thing, now it’s time to play our game…it’s time to play or game.   725 more words

Grasp of MS grows deeper with each day

Day by Day:
Grasp of MS grows deeper with each day


March 19, 2018


As years pass, I am more convinced that everyone struggles with something physical, spiritual, intellectual — or a combination of these. 619 more words

Multiple Sclerosis

New MS treatment could help stop the disease

Scientists believe they have developed a potentially life-altering treatment for Multiple Sclerosis patients.

There are 11,000 people with MS in Scotland but researchers from the Imperial College London say the disease can now be stopped in some patients for at least five years. 171 more words


Energiboble, kemoforberedelser og gode nyheder i BBC

I mandags fik jeg pludselig en helt masse energi. Det var som om en tåge lettede fra mit hoved. Det var simpelthen sådan en lettelse! Jeg løb rundt omkring mig selv i cirkler, skrev på en artikel, bagte, syede og plantede på altanen. 427 more words

I'm not sick...I'm healthy impaired

I don’t recall exactly how I came across Billy Mac. It was either through a fellow blogger (probably Grace) or he happened to stumble across one of my posts and liked it, which prompted me to peek at his blog, … 2,156 more words


Children and Multiple Sclerosis

Children and MS

MS is rare in kids. About 5% of cases of MS are diagnosed in children. MS in kids tends to progress more slowly than MS diagnosed in adults. 215 more words

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