"I've always loved to walk. Then at the age of 38 I was diagnosed with Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis.
I am 58 now, and I'm still walking, using a walker for balance true. I just saw my neurologist, and was told that my MS has evolved to Progressive MS.
There's lots of people with MS who can't walk!
And the best thing I can do is to keep walking!
I will always be active!
I have to manage my energy resources carefully now. But I will keep moving until I die!
Also am thinking about getting an adult tricycle!
I was lucky enough to see the right doctor early, and to be put onto an MS modifying drug.
I move because I can!"
- Susan C., 58
Edmonton, Alberta Canada