Multiple Sclerosis: Ann Romney
Ann Romney Quote on Multiple Sclerosis
Ann Romney, the wife of past presidential candidate Mitt Romney, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1998. Since then, she has been through more than most healthy people could handle. Now a busy grandmother, she is going strong as an advocate for MS. In this multiple sclerosis quote, Ann Romney shares how the disease can slow you down nearly to a complete halt.
This USA TODAY profile on Ann Romney states that despite tremendous advances in medication, doctors still don’t know why the early stage of MS can wax and wane so much, and why some people with MS end up debilitated within a few years while others can continue to thrive for decades.
In an interview for the Today Show, Ann Romney told Maria Shriver, “With MS you just run out of fuel. You just stop. You can’t even go on. You can’t even talk.”
Ann has volunteered for an MS study with 2000 participants. Clinical studies for Multiple Sclerosis are breaking new ground every day. For more information on MS clinical trials, follow along on Pinterest.
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