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Anna was diagnosed with MS when she was eight. Coming terms with her diagnosis took some time, but Anna managed to get her confidence back:
“Now I am confident that I am in no way worse than anybody else. I am sure I will achieve all I want in life! I know I am strong enough for this. I know there are people around who will come to help if I fall.”
Anna’s motto for identity is:
Diogo was diagnosed with MS at age 19. He believes getting on with life after being diagnosed is all about having a positive attitude.
I cope the best way I can find possible. I make my days worthwhile. It is necessary to know how to live and do everything that makes us happy. It is very important to live with principles, planning and discipline; but above all to live. I am learning to LIVE with those three concepts.
Diogo’s motto for identity is:
The MS Society of India will be celebrating World MS Day with different activities across the country throughout the month of May. Each chapter is organising an awareness-raising event: think MS Walks, exhibitions, gigs, seminars, and so much more! Details to follow. MSSI will also be making full use of Twitter and Pinterest for the World MS Day campaign to reach as many people as possible. Looks like this May will be a busy one in India! Tweet This Post Share on Facebook