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  • My Multiple Sclerosis Story  By Melinda McCartney   I was diagnosed at the age of 34 with Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis. I had come from a life comprised of an over 10-year career of Firefighter/paramedic, HAZMAT and Weapons of Mass Destruction Training via the Department of Homeland Security, to one…

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  • My Multiple Sclerosis Story  By Jodi Johnson   My name is Jodi. Yellow is my favorite color, I laugh at my own jokes so hard you can’t hear the punch line, and I am known for my world-famous gluten & dairy free pumpkin bread. I am married with two children,…

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  • My Multiple Sclerosis Story  By Danielle McClinton   Multiple Sclerosis can be an unbearable disease. Everyday is so different. I was diagnosed April 7th, 2012 at the age of 22. At the time, I was in college for Forensic Science. MS slowed me down because I couldn’t actually sit in…

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  • My Multiple Sclerosis Story  By Lindsey Holcomb   I was 16 when I would joke with friends that my superpower was the ability to fall over when standing perfectly still. I was 20 when I noticed that my right leg would choose to give out on me at random, or…

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  • My Multiple Sclerosis Story  By Tim Bell   I joined the Army October 21, 2004 and became an infantryman. I had the privilege of deploying to Iraq for what turned out to be a 16 month deployment. While I was an infantryman in Iraq, I saw it all. From the…

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