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Moms new home

Mom has moved.

Actually she moved ten days ago.  A bed came available while I was on my vacation. It’s not where I wanted her to be (which was super close to me), but it’s much closer than she was. 768 more words

How are new medicines approved in Europe?

If you have MS or any other chronic or acute illness, you might be dependent on pharmaceutical intervention at some stage.

But, how exactly do your medicines arrive in your hands once they passed the clinical trials stage? 226 more words


What is Balo's Disease?

Balo’s disease is a rare demyelinating disorder of the central nervous system (CNS) in which the myelin (the fatty substance covering nerve fibers) is damaged. Balo Disease is a rare and progressive variant of multiple sclerosis. 339 more words

Autoimmune Disorders

Being A Caregiver Can be Viewed the Same as Having the Disability in the Eyes of an Employer

Hello, my name is Donna. I’m a 60-year old wife, mother, grandmother, and primary care-giver for my husband, Lynn, (age 59) who has secondary progressive MS. 89 more words


About Me

Hey cool people of the world! (you wouldn’t have made it on to the page unless you were!) my name is Emilee and I was diagnosed with (Stage 1) Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis in April 2015 at the age of 21, I decided to start on Tecfidera (Dimethyl fumarate) as soon as possible (2016) and chose to ignore the horror that is Multiple Sclerosis. 311 more words



So I feel like I’ve fallen off the edge of the earth with this blog but it has nothing to do with my health. I simply wanted to do other stuff besides write this summer. 705 more words

Marathon Training Blog, Week 10

Welcome to week 10 of our Marathon Training Blog series! Click here to read week 1!

Momma told me there would be days (or rather weeks) like this. 631 more words

Not Today MS