World MS Day 20141(1)

banner_wmsd_mpuFor more on World MS Day, please visit
http://www.worldmsday.org/
This year’s tag-line is “One day…”
where people with MS can add
access-related mottos, questions and ideas to.
Access is still a very important issue that needs
more research, adaptation, laws, understanding,
support and elimination of barriers before people
with multiple sclerosis can lead a totally free,
happy and healthy life.
If you’re in Ireland, this is the place to be for more on life with MS:
http://www.ms-society.ie/

©Willeke Van Eeckhoutte and Ireland, MS and Me, 2011-2014. Unauthorised use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Willeke Van Eeckhoutte and Ireland, MS and Me with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

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Quirky, tenacious and neurologically compromised female expat living in Ireland since 2002 ◾ IRELAND BLOG AWARDS WINNER - BEST BLOG POST 2018 with '3443 Needles' ◾ Ireland Blog Awards Finalist 2014, 2015, 2017 ◾ MyTherapyApp Best MS Blog for Simplicity 2018 ◾ Everyday Health Top 10 MS Blog of 2018 ◾ Feedspot Top 50 MS Blog 2017, 2018 ◾ Contributor to the Teva MS blog Life Effects ◾ Contributor to the Novartis MS blog Living Like You ◾ Contributor to MS Ireland’s blog MS & Me ◾ Contributor to The Mighty ◾ Guest contributor to MyTherapyApp.com ◾ WEGO Health Patient Leader Award Nominee 2018

2 thoughts on “World MS Day 20141(1)

  1. Hey there! I noticed a while back you visited some of my photo posts and I just found the pings today… I am soo happy that I was able to find your blog through that notification. I have an aunt that I love dearly whom has been suffering with MS and the magnitude of ways it has affected her life since forever. You are very strong and brave. Thank you for sharing this link and information with me that I might read up and become more informed about MS. Information is key. Thank you again;) Be Well, Jeanine

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