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Multiple Sclerosis Has Made Me a One-Armed Man

In my early days in the U.S. Coast Guard, I learned to carry things in my left hand. It’s important to have your right hand free to salute when you’re in the military, you see. For years now, with multiple sclerosis (MS) doing its deeds to my left side, I’ve had to fill that right […]
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