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Looking for the magic pill

I have a very bad habit. (In truth, I have an extensive collection of bad habits, but that’s a whole ‘nother post.) I read comments people write in response to stories on the internet. This is the worst possible practice … Continue reading

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Killing ourselves softly

People with MS, especially the newly diagnosed, often ask, “Is MS fatal?” The good news is, in general, it isn’t. People with cases advanced enough can die from side effects such as infections and pneumonia, but that’s invariably late in … Continue reading

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The silver bullet?

Whenever I attend an MS-related seminar – and I attend as many of these things as I possibly can* – there are a couple of elements I can always rely on to be part of the event. I could set … Continue reading

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