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These guest bloggers are being compensated by Sanofi Genzyme for their participation in the MS One to One blog.
My name is Stewart. I currently reside in North Carolina with my lovely wife and our 2 dogs—Weimaraners. I’m a proud Army veteran who served 3 tours in Iraq. Today I’m busy pursuing my Master’s Degree at George Washington University, and volunteering for the Red Cross. Also, whether I’m hiking, exploring the world through a camera lens, or playing with the dogs, I try to spend as much time outdoors as I can.
I didn’t choose to have MS, but I choose how to handle it every day."
Giving back is very important to me. I’ve found that people living with relapsing multiple sclerosis (RMS) need encouragement and hope. We can also all use more help educating ourselves about MS—understanding what works and what doesn’t.
I’m looking forward to sharing my experiences and showing others that they can reach their goals too.
Nurse Catherine Asks
Do you keep a record of your MS symptoms? How do you report symptoms to your healthcare provider?
Nurse Kim Asks
What does it mean to you to be your own best advocate? Why is it so important to educate yourself?
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