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“Sharlene, you have Multiple Sclerosis” he said with a gentle tone.  Tears immediately welled up. “What do you mean I have MS?” I kept asking myself over and over again. I was in a state of shock. The only person I knew at the time with MS used a cane and her speech was impaired.  “Is this my future? No…that’s not going to be me!”  I was 32 when I was diagnosed.  I had developed double vision weeks before and after a visit to an Ophthalmologist, I was told I should see a Neurologist.  In a matter of a month, my life changed forever.  I had just gotten married and had the rest of my life planned out with Franco. ...

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