Ann Marie Johnson was just 32-years-old when she was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS). She takes us inside her journey to finding the right treatments and support for her.
Lindsey Kelly couldn’t do it alone – provider, mother to six, and caregiver to her husband, Reid. So she swallowed her pride, she says, and accepted help.
Mariska Breland, the creator of Pilates for Neurological Conditions, opens up about her path to opening up about her multiple sclerosis diagnosis.
Debbie Means is a caseworker who works with people with MS to help improve aspects of their life, including workplace needs.
Kathleen Costello, a research associate at The Johns Hopkins MS Center, gets candid about what the best thing you can do to manage your multiple sclerosis.