Lone Star citizens affected by MS are raising their voices and sharing their stories. Read their personal insights and share their Story Cards with others:
"When my husband and I said the vows 'in sickness and health' 30 years ago, we had no idea that MS would be our silent partner."
Kim and Gary Campbell
"My sister, Kim, was diagnosed with MS in 1991. My entire family lives with her MS."
"I built my own ramp using the last money from my savings."
"My 13-year-old son Bryce was diagnosed with MS in August 2008. He is my only child."
"Since my diagnosis, my life has changed drastically."
"I strive to be fearless despite being fearful."
"It seems like our numbers are growing. I run into so many people that have been affected by MS, either themselves or in their family."
Sgt. Preston Walker
"My mom has been my primary caregiver since I exhibited my first symptoms of MS."
"Before MS, I spent 8 years developing handicap-accessible spaces to help my clients achieve their goals. After my diagnosis, I realized that I would be relying on the same kind of spaces I had designed for others."
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