I was diagnosed with MS when I was in my early 20s. And, I guess my story isn’t much different from others who experience weird symptoms and then seek to find out what is going on with their bodies: seeing too many doctors; having too many tests; and way too much waiting and not knowing what’s going on. After almost a year of worry, my neurologist figured it out – I had MS.
I finally knew what was wrong and was able to start treatment that’s allowed me to get back to living my normal busy life.
I just learned about a new test, IsolateMS. Now doctors have a tool that can potentially significantly shorten the time it takes to diagnose their patients. That would have made such a difference for me! A year is a long time.
Anna Webber, commercial photographer
My MS Manager, Ambassador,
Multiple Sclerosis Association of America