Dr. Terry Wahls
Can food cure you? Dr. Terry Wahls, a professor at the University of Iowa's College of Medicine, explains how she redesigned her diet to reverse the effects of her aggressive multiple sclerosis. She explains.
Rain Pryor may have inherited her famous father's sense of humor, but she adds her own sense of sass and style to her performances and books.
Rather than letting MS define her, Wendy Booker is defying the disease by climbing the world's 7 tallest mountains.
Neuro Detour (uncensored)
The Days & Nights, Slants & Twists, & Wobbly Meanderings of a Young Woman With Rare & Incurable Neurological Disorders.
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Life After Illness
After any diagnosis, it may seem as if your life as you know it is over. But we've talked to countless survivors, experts and doctors and they all agree on one powerful message: your attitude can save your life.
Stem Cell Research: a Cure for MS?
click here Stem cell research coming closer to possibly a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. Showing promise to repair myelyin damage caused from MS.
Progressive Multiple Sclerosis gets research grants
click here The Progressive MS Alliance gives out research grants to progressive MS studies. A small amount of people get that kind of MS but research has gone mostly to the relapsing kind of MSRead this article or pass along to someone supporting someone with MS or to the person with MS.