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I recently participated in a study exploring the experiences of people in the Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender (GLBT) community living with MS. It was really great to be interviewed for this research, because it was the first time I had been asked about my experiences as a gay man living...

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I spoke about the power of a single word when I revealed my tattoo to you all in my last post. That word was HOPE. I explained the power of this one word, and the effect it has had with me since MS crept in to my life. I...

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I Am Disabled

I was born with a congenital cataract in my right eye, which meant I have never had clear vision out of that eye. I have grown up not knowing any different. Often people would ask me, ‘what’s it like to only see out of one eye?’ which I would reply ‘I don’t know! What’s it like to see out of...

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Sarah's eyes

Greetings readers! Firstly, please let me introduce myself. My name is Sarah and it is an honour and privilege to be a blogger on the MS Australia Uninterrupted website. Many moons ago, I was a biomedical researcher at the University of Oxford but, truth be told, some of that part of my brain...

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