Young MSers Keeping Dreams Alive

Young MSers Keeping Dreams Alive
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This will be my final column for this year because of the Christmas and New Year holidays.

Rather than ending 2017 with another 500 or so fascinating words from me, I’d like to leave you, instead, with this video. It was produced by a group of young Europeans who have MS. It was shown in November at a “Young People’s Festival for MSers” in Prague. It’s called “My Dream is Alive.”

As we head into a new year let’s, all follow the lead of these young people. Let’s do all we can to keep our dreams alive.

Happy holidays to all.

Ed

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Diagnosed with MS at age 32 in 1980, Ed has written the “MS Wire” column for Multiple Sclerosis News Today since August 2016. He presents timely information on MS, blended with personal experiences. Before retiring from full-time work in 2012, Tobias spent more than four decades in broadcast and on-line newsrooms as a manager, reporter, and radio news anchor. He’s won several national broadcast awards. As an MS patient communicator, Ed consults with healthcare and social media companies. He’s the author of “We’re Not Drunk, We Have MS: A tool kit for people living with multiple sclerosis.” Ed and his wife split time between the Washington, D.C. suburbs and Florida’s Gulf Coast.
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Diagnosed with MS at age 32 in 1980, Ed has written the “MS Wire” column for Multiple Sclerosis News Today since August 2016. He presents timely information on MS, blended with personal experiences. Before retiring from full-time work in 2012, Tobias spent more than four decades in broadcast and on-line newsrooms as a manager, reporter, and radio news anchor. He’s won several national broadcast awards. As an MS patient communicator, Ed consults with healthcare and social media companies. He’s the author of “We’re Not Drunk, We Have MS: A tool kit for people living with multiple sclerosis.” Ed and his wife split time between the Washington, D.C. suburbs and Florida’s Gulf Coast.

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2 comments

  1. LAURIE says:

    I’ve lived with MS for 32 years. Since I was diagnosed, each day has been a slow, painful, agonizing torture. It started with a limp, then a cane, a walker, then a wheelchair.
    I’ve tried every MS related drug and procedure. All have not helped and most have caused crippling side effects.
    I’m just tired of fighting a losing battle.

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