Multiple sclerosis is often called “the disease of a thousand faces.” And that’s because the symptoms are variable and can be different for each person.
Mayteé Ramos was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis in 2015. She is a support group leader for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, a member of the Buddy Network for Shift.ms, and has participated in programs such as the “Ask an MS Expert” series and the PBS American Portrait project. She enjoys traveling, watching tennis, collecting jewelry, and spending time with her three sons. Connect with her here.
David Spero, RN
David Spero, RN, became a writer and health coach after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1989. He writes books and blogs about living with chronic illness and the social causes of illness. A married father of two and grandfather of one, Spero is active in causes including health care, peace, and the environment. See his books; follow him on Medium or Twitter.
Cynthia Guy, MD
Cynthia Guy, MD, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2000. She transitioned from her career as an anesthesiologist to become a speaker, researcher, and author, releasing her book, Love Yourself Healthy, in 2014. Guy has been an active advocate for the Multiple Sclerosis Society and Alzheimer's Association and, at 81, is still actively promoting healthy living with her educational site on brain matters.