I'd be lying to you if I didn't say my disease is a constant reminder of the fragility of my life. Having had cancer right before my MS diagnosis, I can honestly say MS is worse. There's no endgame here, no cure here, no concoction of chemotherapy or radiation that could make it all go away here.
That quote from the article is telling. Number one, he does reference no chemo, so maybe he is having some sort of surgery for his bladder maybe? Possibly for an injury sustained due to MS? It's hard to say, but he verbalizes something that we all think about and talk about. Not that we would wish cancer on anyone, but the 'absence of an endgame' is something I talk about all the time. At least with certain forms of cancer, you can fight the good fight and win. With this shit you can fight the GREAT fight and still get your ass kicked.