Not your typical complacent patient story. This is a true story (with some names changed) of the diagnostic process of identifying a person with MS. Starting with differences noted in childhood, and progressing through young adulthood and middle age with elder care, ending with the belated diagnosis and treatment and the damage perceived. End notes include some helpful sites for those just beginning this difficult search for answers.
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