I was sent this from the lovely folks at MSIF and thought I would share it.
In preparation for World MS Day 2010 MSIF is doing a study on how MS impacts on employment of people with MS and their carers.
If you or someone you know has MS, please take this short survey - http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=LiB_2bH0VtHsS0YCtcG46L1g_3d_3d, the results of which will be released on World MS Day on 26 May 2010. The survey will be available in ten languages when the new World MS Day website is launched next month.
Join the Global Movement. End MS!
And I have to say this
I'm sick of hearing about CCSVI. I love, love, love the idea that there could be possibilities there, but there isn't the hard, cold facts from science to back it up *yet*. I'm waiting for that to happen. For sure. Time will tell.
Well, well, well...
That was an unexpected break from blogging. I don't really know why. But hello! I'm trying to catch up! :)
I guess I have been a bit busy since the christmas season started up in full force. I was in Palm Springs! We went for a cool hike in the desert.
And then drove to San Diego and went to the zoo! We did a behind the scenes tour and I got to feed giraffes and camels! Way cool and so worth the big bucks to do it!
Then back to reality and of course Westjet once again gave me a head cold! ARgh! This one too 3 weeks and a round of antibiotics to kick. I'm finally feeling a bit better now. So, in true form I went and got my hair coloured back to blonde and my hairdresser went a little crazy with the curling iron for fun.
All in all, my MS has been pretty good lately. A good smattering of fatigue here and there, but nothing too big to complain about. I guess my daily little pill called Fingolimod continues to do it's thing. I've seen on other blogs that they have gone for FDA approval too. Good stuff. I hope all of you on injections can join me in the land of the pill and no side effects soon!