After MS Diagnosis, Arkansas Woman Puts Focus On Getting Stronger Every Day

Photo by Hope Ashford-Corona

Photo by Hope Ashford-Corona

When Vicki Wilson was diagnosed with primary progressive multiple sclerosis in May 2012, she was devastated.

PPMS effects only 10 percent of people with MS, and she was not sure what to expect.

“The patient never has relapses,” Wilson says. “The disease just continually progresses and will leave them wheelchair and/or bedridden. It typically starts with weakness in the legs, making walking difficult. I had always been very athletic and active. This was very difficult to hear.”

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Peace, love, toodles.