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In this world, we are far from each other! So! I say this because only someone who has a problem can tell I REALIZE!  Family, friends … and even your doctor can tell I only understand it! In this light of mood, this site was created!


FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE MS (I belong here too)
This site is designed to help you in your fight with MS! All the tips, experiences, wishes … are from a personal perspective! I’m talking about something that helps me, but of course does not mean that will help you! Some things are medically proven, and some of the things are my learning which is my life education!
FOR FAMILY, FRIENDS …
Believe that every millimetric step ahead is a great chance for us! The usual things that “healthy” take for granted to us are almost inaccessible, and if you make it easy for us to experience them again, this is a great race for us!
P.S
It’s clear to everyone that I just started with this idea and that it will take me time to deliver my life and fight with MS to you, readers of a good heart! And, of course, I apologize in advance for grammatical errors and mistakes that occurred when i write because English is not my native languages!

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