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Richard M. Cohen is an award-winning journalist and writer who also lives with multiple sclerosis. He also writes "Chronically Upbeat," an online column for AARP: The Magazine. He is the author of Blindsided: Lifting a Life Above Illness and Strong at the Broken Places, both New York Times best-sellers. Read More.

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