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For Kate, it started with numbness and coldness in her legs that went right down to her feet.
“I was probably one of the least expected to end up like this: pretty boisterous, 6 foot and a half an inch tall, and built like a tank.”
“Unbeknownst to me, MS had decided it was time to fully introduce itself into my world,” says Josh.
While Lisa doesn’t have symptoms that would be obvious to a stranger...multiple sclerosis affects her every day.
"I do have difficult days, but I get up and get on with it. In my eyes, I have to set an example for my kids."
“As an invisible disease, some might say ‘I’m not faking being sick, I’m faking being well," says Gurdeep
“I’m in awe of all the participants coming together to raise money and raise awareness.”
“My MS is physically declining, and I cannot do anything to stop it... ” says Courtney
Mark recalls, “It felt for a long time that MS had taken over my life, had taken the reigns of my present and my future..."