Medical ID for MS
Debra Robert
Debra Robert
April 16, 2019
"I’d never considered wearing a medical ID for MS, but now I'm glad I do." Debra talks about why she wears a medical ID and how it can be helpful.

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We all know that MS is not a fun. Sometimes all you need to hear is some inspirational MS quotes or funny jokes to brighten your day.
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