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Patient Stories: What It’s Like Being an Athlete With MS

“You have multiple sclerosis” is something that no one wants to hear. Some people hear it but have no idea what it means. Some think they’ll end up in a wheelchair and that their life will never be the same. MORE: How yoga and aquatic exercise can ease some MS-related symptoms That’s somewhat true. Life will change […] The post Patient Stories: What It’s Like Being an Athlete With MS appeared first on Multiple Sclerosis News Today.
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