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The name of this web site is not a joke.

This is Unquestionable. Multiple Sclerosis is a Reality for many. Over 400,000 in the United States, more than 1 million people around the world and myself have been afflicted with Multiple Sclerosis.

I do have Multiple Sclerosis and I do take it very seriously. As much as it bothers me having this incurable disease, I have to be open minded and positive.

I do not hide the fact that I have been stricken with Multiple Sclerosis. I am not trying to be a martyr. The life that I had is in the past, my life I live today is different. Living in the future is as much of a dream, as it is a goal.

Everyday I want to try to adapt to the challenges I am given. By educating myself through my experiences with Multiple Sclerosis and research, I feel that I can help myself, loved ones, family, friends and strangers with what I have and will learn. I want to think that someday there will be a cure for this disease.

Instead of redoing the navigation bar on the left every time, the Site Index and the What's New pages are the best way to see everything that has been added, deleted and updated.

I look forward to any comments, suggestions, feedback or just a friendly hello. All you have to do is Contact Me. If you want a response from me personally, make sure that your email account is configured to receive emails from bill@got-ms.com and I will reply. The reason for the contact form is so I don't get bombarded with Spam emails. I hope you understand.


Bill MacDonald

P.S. Thank you for stopping by. Enjoy your visit and please come back soon.

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