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Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Progress with Cathy Chester

Join our conversation with Cathy Chester, a longtime Multiple Sclerosis advocate who was diagnosed in 1986. You’ll hear why she calls that the “dark years” of MS, because there was so little information and no medication available. We’ve come a long way since then — and thankfully so.

After more than 30 years living with MS, Cathy has some hard-won wisdom to share. She's been a vocal advocate for many years, even writing letters to the editor and speaking to politicians before the Internet was available. She says it's a much better time now to be diagnosed with MS than it was when she first started her journey.

Her positive spirit and beautiful writing make her a wonderful part of the community. Enjoy this interview:

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Jose Anthony
Jose Anthony
09 aug. 2021

I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2015, and I was a woman of 50. They put me on Rebif which I took until 2017 and was switched to Copaxone. I had two relapses on Rebif, none so far on Copaxone. I do notice my balance was getting worse, and my memory, as well as erectile dysfunction and spasms’ had no choice to sick for other solution and I was introduce to multivitamincare .org which I purchase the MS herbal formula from the foundation, the herbal supplement has effectively get rid of my multiple sclerosis and reversed all symptoms.

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