I have a very exciting announcement to make. Starting Monday, Elizabeth will be your new moderator. I have really enjoyed being a part of your community. I will miss you all. I am not leaving WebMD. We are just shuffling around the communities a bit. I know you'll be in wonderful hands with my friend Elizabeth.
Please help me make her feel welcome!
Take care and I hope each of you have a wonderful day! Emma
Thank you Emma, I know this Community is very personal to you and please know I will work hard to grow with this community and in my knowledge of Multiple Sclerosis as moderator of this great group of members.
I have been quietly following your community for the last week while researching MS to gain more insight. I am impressed with the support you give to one another while battling this terribly challenging diagnosis.
Looking forward to working with all of you, Elizabeth
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