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2019年2月12日 星期二

Qualified but Unable to Work Because of MS

MS is known for disrupting careers, not because it wipes out a person's knowledge or skills, but because of the fatigue, cognitive problems, and other symptoms that come with it. Blogger Trevis Gleason reflects on how it feels to be unemployable.

Living With Multiple Sclerosis

February 12, 2019
Qualified but Unable to Work Because of MS

Qualified but Unable to Work Because of MS

MS is known for disrupting careers, not because it wipes out a person's knowledge or skills, but because of the fatigue, cognitive problems, and other symptoms that come with it. Blogger Trevis Gleason reflects on how it feels to be unemployable.

New Mom With MS Works to Stay Healthy for Two

New Mom With MS Works to Stay Healthy for Two

A new baby motivates Tiffany Winter to find ways to deal with the challenges of multiple sclerosis, including fatigue, muscle spasms, and limited mobility. In turn, she hopes to motivate others with to pursue their goals.

When the Cause of MS-Related Mobility Problems Is Hard to Accept

When the Cause of MS-Related Mobility Problems Is Hard to Accept

When the fatigue of multiple sclerosis hits, blogger Mona Sen is tempted to blame something else for the problems she's having with her rollator. Read how she gets to the truth.

Siponimod Reduces Progression in Secondary-Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

Siponimod Reduces Progression in Secondary-Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

The EXPAND study found that the experimental drug siponimod slowed disability progression in people with secondary-progressive multiple sclerosis (SPMS). Walking speed was unchanged, but loss of brain volume was reduced among participants who received the drug.

This African-American Woman With MS Wants Other Black Women to Know #WeAreIllmatic

This African-American Woman With MS Wants Other Black Women to Know #WeAreIllmatic

National Multiple Sclerosis Society chapter ambassador Victoria Reese is reaching out to unite and empower African-American women with MS.

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