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April-May 2007

Volume 25, Issue 2

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The magazine of the National
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F E A T U R E S

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Road Smitten: Hooked on the MS Bike Ride
Riders who hadn’t cycled seriously since childhood find themselves hooked on the highs they get participating in
the MS Bike Ride. ... by Olivia Lindly and Rochelle Kraut

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Loosening the SSDI Knots
Nearly half of people with MS applying for Social Security Disability Insurance are denied at least once. Can you strengthen your chances of getting benefits the first time? ... by Lissa Poirot

 

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Loosening the Knots of Cognitive Problems
After persistent bouts with short-term memory loss, the author developed strategies that help him manage life—
and remain employed. ... by Ross Myles

What the Clinicians See
What compensation techniques can contribute, plus the role of drugs for cognitive problems. ... by Jo Stratmoen

 

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