Don’t you just sometimes wish that we lived in one of those sci-fi movies, like The Terminator, where a liquid metal body is capable of repairing itself. How cool would that be?
Imagine this scenario involving a minor failure in the central nervous system -
“Houston, we have a problem. Minor breach in the myelin sheath at level C5 right side of the spinal column.”
Houston: “Fear not, CNS control. We’ll send in the liquid myelin repair team. You’ll be patched up and ready to roll in ten.”
“Hey, I see them comin’ towards the spinal cord, now. Thanks so much, Houston.”
Fortunately, many people living with MS continue to be gainfully employed and manage to have a fulfilling family and social life. There’s nothing in the MS Manual that says you must immediately give up these activities and goals upon diagnosis.
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What Will Tomorrow Bring?