This is the place to find interviews with real people who are going toe-to-toe with relapsing MS—and doing so with the help of TYSABRI. Learn a bit about how they fight—and why they fight.
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"A big thing in any sport is to be positive. Negativity rubs off on teammates or rubs off on your game. When I got diagnosed, being positive was a huge thing me and my wife wanted to do. It helped me get through it."
"That struggle with MS is what made me decide, ‘I either give into this now, and it wins, or I get back up and I reclaim my life.’"
"Am I going to let it win? Or am I going to do something today that gives me the power back? Being on the right therapy lets me feel like I’m taking control back.”
"One important lesson that I have learned living with relapsing MS is just how personal and how different that journey is for every MS patient."
“Keith has inspired me in the way that he has taken something so terrible, something that’s so life-changing and has chosen, on a daily basis, to continue.”
"Though MS took so many things away from me, what I’ve taken from MS is a strength and a courage that I never knew."
"My condition made me realize that I don't fight for myself. I fight for my family."
“When I come to the center for my infusion, it’s two hours. The first hour, I get my medication. The second hour, they observe me... Most of the time I interact with the other patients. It’s fun to catch up with them.”
"I almost look forward to my infusions because I get to get together with this group of people who have been so instrumental in my healing process."
“I became an advocate for myself. I feel empowered; I feel like it’s the one thing with this disease that I can control.”
"It’s important to communicate what you feel is best for you and what you want and need from your treatment."
“Your doctor knows you, but he doesn’t know what you’re thinking or what you need unless you tell him.”