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    A Day in the life of Richard Cohen, Strong in Broken Places
    Chris_WebMD_Staff posted:

    Richard Cohen, award-winning journalist and writer living with Multiple Sclerosis writes about patient advocacy. I know many of you know those struggles. Here he is giving us a day in the life of someone who suffers from Chronic Pain, on WebMD TV. Check it out!
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    hope7951 responded:
    Richard Cohan is also the husband of Meradith Veira. They have three children. Besides the MS and colon cancer, he is also legally blind. His book written several years ago " Strong at the Broken Places" is exceptional. He is a wonderful writer and good example of how muich how you choose to take what life hands you makes all the difference in the outcome.
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