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    tlambeir posted:
    A relative of found out he had MS last year. Since then he was able to give meaning to his live and as a part of that now we've started an informative website about "what is MS" To try and give clear information about MS,symptons and treatments.

    We are looking for positive stories to publish on the website in na blog format with multiple writers. I'm also gathering information on useful websites, and communities such as this to create an list index of MS resources.

    If you are interested or have any ideas feel free to contact us at info@what-is-ms.com or use the sit'es contact form: what is MS?
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