A message of hope for those with multiple sclerosis.
It’s often said of the 2.5 million of people in the world who have multiple sclerosis that no two have the same symptoms. Indeed, that is why it is known as the Snowflake disease.
And the wide variety of symptoms can be well-illustrated by looking at examples of people at both ends of the mobility scale. At one end are those who cannot walk, or have great difficulty walking. At the other extreme, are those who manage to overcome their own difficulties and keep running — literally.
Let’s take a brief look at some of those determined to be athletes, despite having MS.
In August 2015, on my personal website, I wrote a story about Kayla Montgomery a young American long-distance runner who competes despite having MS.
Seventeen months ago, I wrote: “Title after title, record after record have fallen to this young lady from North Carolina.
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