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A bottle of Scotch and a candy bar...

That was the main reason I stopped at the grocery a little while ago after a long drive to/from my neuro in non-stop rain. I rarely partake of either substance these days, but it just seems like a Dewar's and chocolate evening to me. :smile: Or a Dewar's and chocolate week...

Will report after I've had some. Maybe.

P.S. Does anyone have a better Scotch recommendation for ...
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Extent of Bump in Health Ins Premium after Diagnosis?

Hi,

Up until this point in my life, I have been healthy and have rarely used my medical insurance benefits. I am self-employed in Florida and now newly diagnosed. I'm not part of a group insurance plan, so my insurance is individually medically underwritten. So far, I have not used it to pay for any services or testing related to my diagnosis.

If anyone has been in my shoes, especially in Florida, can you give ...
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MS from Downstairs

Hello:

As a new poster, I wanted to post a poem I wrote recently about my wife and her struggle with MS.

You need not reply or comment to this, but just writing it made me feel better. Thank you, friends, and

Best Regards,

e

.::.


MS from Downstairs

Your Disease holds your hand as a lover
He whispers "stay with me"
and you say your marriage is to your husband
and for thirty years ...
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An observation...

I just received the latest edition of the NMSS's magazine Momentum. I was surprised to see an ad for Avonex take up an entire 7 pages. This got me wondering about the extent of ads in the rest of the magazine. I should state that I'm not making a value judgement here saying that this is good or bad. It just seemed that a 7 page ad for Avonex may have been a little overboard. ...
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MS (Multiple Sclerosis) for patients YoungMS Project

MS (Multiple Sclerosis) for patients YoungMS Project

(Note: With Google translate .)

Support of the MS Society of Turkey opened, the service offered to young MS patients GencMS.com Did you hear about site?

do not have to miss one minute!

MS, a neurological health problem facing people of all ages from seven to seventy.
Frequently encountered in humans, especially young adults MS limitations of an individual's life brings various ...
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i have a local client!

met an unhappy individual at work today. one thing led to another and we had a meeting this eve - i know i can help :D
time to figure out an hourly rate :S
suggestions?
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Doing what works

I posted a new blog entry, Do What Works. It is about chosing to leave my ego behind and still engage the world instead of being captive and homebound when mobility problems make outings so difficult. http://kim-ontheway.blogspot.com/
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Yes, my life really IS this silly.

It's time for yet another episode in Euphoniaa's True Life Adventures. :smile: To set the scene, I work at a university (for about 11 yrs), in an office where we dress in a professional manner, which means I usually wear skirts/dresses, dressy shoes. And we can take college classes free!

This semester I'm in a drawing class at the Center for the Arts, 3rd floor, across campus. ...
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Hello all!

Hi there. I am new here, but i have been around in other MS Forum circles. Pleased to meet you all!

I am a 38 year old mom to two teens. I was diagnosed with MS five years ago but have been living with it for
around the last ten years I suspect.

I recently started blogging about my experiences. What a theraputic tool this is. I am amazed at how good it feels to ...
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Walking Boots For People With Footdrop ??'s

I'm curious if anyone on here with weak ankles along with foot drop wears some type of walking boots to help support your ankles and keep the feet from dropping as similar to how an AFO would work when out and about. I hate my AFO's and also they don't support the ankles from the sides as they only help for foot drop. I currently wear tennis shoes.

Any experience good and/or bad and brand ...
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