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Fun(d)raising, Awareness and Help – Oh My!

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It’s that time of year again – FUN(d)RAISING TIME!!!.  There are a TON of walks, runs, golf tournaments, bike events, auctions – both silent and loud, etc., going on right now.  It’s all so important and if you’re involved with one in any way – including donating – please let me thank you on behalf […]

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Live – From The Orange Carpet . . .

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  Did you know that medical funding is extremely competitive – for grant money and straight donation?  That means that a scientist in Budapest might have a piece of the puzzle that would fit perfectly with a scientist’s piece of puzzle in Switzerland, but they’re guarding their pieces instead of sharing for fear of losing […]

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Carbs and Sugar and Grains, Oh My!

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I’ve watched this conversation develop over the last couple of years.  I’ve wanted it to go away.  I’ve ignored it.  I’ve denied it.  I’ve scowled at it.  I LOVE breads and crackers and candy and cakes and cookies and all of those things that I grew up equating with love.  They taste good.  They make […]

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Multiple Sclerosis Clinical Trials

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  I get a fair number of emails asking about how someone can get “on” a clinical trial for MS.  Instead of replying to each individually (which I have been doing), I thought I’d let you all know the path to learning more about this option in your MS journey. It’s funny how there seems […]

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Hurricane MS

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  The eastern seaboard of the United States just went through a HUGE storm – Hurricane Sandy.  I live in southern Virginia, right near the coast, so I have experienced hurricanes many times in the past.  I realized how similar a hurricane is to having MS.  Although you know it’s “out there,” you never really […]

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