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I’ve been a nurse for 22 short years and I’m still as passionate now as the day I started. I have a few close friends who have multiple sclerosis (MS) so I wanted to be more involved with the MS community. That’s one of the main reasons I started working as an MS One to One Nurse 3 years ago. MS is different than anything else I’ve encountered over the years, but it is also the most rewarding field in which I’ve worked.
I like to stay active and exercise a few times a week. I live near the Appalachian Mountains, so my husband and I enjoy riding motorcycles and taking in the scenery.
I learn more from my friends and patients every day. MS can be overwhelming, but I’m very pleased to be in a position where I can help people understand what’s happening, and maybe even ease some of their worries.
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