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Abigail Budd 22h
Balance all over the place today. Dizzy and weak too.
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Andrew Tarpey Oct 16
Four months late due to Covid, but finally getting my next infusion in November. So happy
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ANUPopulationHealth Oct 15
We're excited to promote the ACT MS Symposium 2020! This year’s theme is inflammation & brain health in . There are lots of local & international speakers lined up for seminars 10:30-11:30am Nov 2-6. Register now 👉
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Shift.ms Oct 15
“At fifteen I was comfortable with my sexuality but I wasn’t at a point where I wanted to discuss it with anyone. Being a gay man and having MS, I felt like a minority within a minority.” ‍Read Daniel's story here 👉
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Awareness Ties Oct 15
As we prepare for Invisible Disabilities Week (10/18 - 10/24), we're proud to introduce 'The Spoon Life Necklace':
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🎃 Keiti 🎃🎃 Oct 17
Replying to @Keitikins
you have MS or another invisible illness. It's visible except when it's not, but we know what it's taken from us. We have already suffered and faced things I hope a lot of ppl never have to. Please learn about and . Thank you for reading this.
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Julie A. Stamm Oct 16
Here's a fun little side effect of MS cognitive issues. I can't remember if I washed my hair yesterday or not... Women I know you hear me? 🤣🤣
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Multiple Sclerosis Insight Oct 13
Tips for Parenting with Chronic Illness from :
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ƖƖǝɯɯıʞ xǝƖɐ Oct 14
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StressMarq Oct 15
Did you know fingolimod, a drug used to treat , is being investigated for ? Fingolimod can cross the blood-brain barrier, increases BDNF expression, and shows neuroprotective effects in mouse models. Learn more:
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MIND over MS 3h
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The Green Remedy Oct 14
Multiple Sclerosis can be treated with cannabis and in fact, 42% of patients in a research study said that they use cannabis to help with their symptoms of MS🌿 More on our Instagram
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Cathy Chester Oct 16
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Rami Z. Morsi, MD Oct 17
Yesterday, I diagnosed my first patient. Patient p/w ~1 month of numbness/tingling that started in the thighs bilaterally, moved up to the upper extremities bilaterally a/w blurry vision that dissipated over 1 week and L’hermitte’s phenomenon.
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MultipleSclerosis.net Oct 13
"When I think of my life with MS, it definitely feels like I keep climbing a mountain, and every time I get close to the top, I fall all the way back down, leaving me to start over..." Dealing with the many setbacks of MS:
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MS Avenger ♿ Oct 16
UPDATE to my family.... The "doctor" wrote me back! Enjoy this mess:
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Dragana Obradovic Oct 15
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Deplorable Andrew Oct 17
Approx 400,000 people are diagnosed w/ in the US. Click to learn more
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Race to Erase MS Oct 18
The memories we create are priceless! But most importantly, our pursuit to find a cure to is endless until we cross the finish line! Thank you for your continued support!
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Strongly Stander Oct 14
1.77 miles today, a nice long stroll. Any day walking is a good day walking.
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