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My name is Pam. I’ve been married for 27 years, and I’m the lucky mother of 2 boys and a girl. They’re all in college now, so I’m finding myself in a new phase of life with a little more free time. From crafting and baking, to biking, swimming, and playing with our 2 dogs, I like to keep myself busy.

I hope to encourage people living with relapsing MS. No one is alone on this journey."

Pam Living with Relapsing MS since 2000

I’ve learned so much about living with relapsing multiple sclerosis (RMS) over the years. The more you know about the disease and how to manage it, the less scary it is. When I was first diagnosed, I had trouble finding information about living with multiple sclerosis (MS) that was positive. I want to share the lessons I’ve learned by writing in the Live & Learn MS blog. I want to make sure people know that it’s possible to live a happy, active, amazing life in spite of MS.

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Relapsing MS: Do you have a good relationship with your HCP?
  • Kimberly Nurse Kimberly Asks

  • What are your priorities when it comes to finding the right healthcare provider?
Stewartsays Pamsays
Talk with your doctor about the differences between relapsing MS symptoms and signs of aging.
  • Kim Nurse Kim Asks

  • Have you ever thought a relapsing MS symptom was just part of aging? Have you attributed signs of aging to relapsing MS?
Conniesays Pamsays
Navigating health insurance and financial assistance for your relapsing MS treatment.
  • Kimberly Nurse Kimberly Asks

  • How do you navigate insurance and financial assistance?
Pamsays Stewartsays
Take some time to consider your relapsing MS goals for the coming year.
  • Catherine Nurse Catherine Asks

  • How are your New Year's resolutions going, particularly when it comes to MS care? Is it time for a checkup?
Pamsays Conniesays
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