Not on a desert island but in an empty hospital ward.
Earlier, it had been filled with fellow MSers getting their Ocrevus (ocrelizumab) infusions.
I write “fellow,” but as ever, we blokes were in the minority — there were only two of us. Research indicates that more women than men have MS by a ratio of nearly four to one.
Since a relapse in February of last year robbed me of being ambulant, I’ve had to rely on the hospital-provided ambulance service to get me to my medical appointments.
I had no idea it existed until, in extremis, one of us — well, let’s be honest, probably my wife — discovered it.
My appointment was at 8 a.m. I had to be ready two hours before. So, I was up at 5 a.m.
My wife suggested calling them.
The number had changed. Hmmm.
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