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Numb. That’s how Lois Miller describes having MS. “I’m not just talking about the physical side of the disease. I’m talking about the mental side, too,” she says. “I often experience the sensation of my body going numb, from head to toe. But I’m numb every time that I stop and think: I have MS.”
Lois was referred to Dr. Micheal Levin, the Saskatchewan MS Clinical Research Chair, who sees patients one day a week as part of his research and clinical work. Through Dr. Levin she met Dr. Valerie Verge, director of the Cameco MS Neuroscience Research Centre (CMSNRC).
Her experience made her realize how important it is to fund MS Research. “We know more about what we don’t know than we do know. We don’t understand fully how to treat it or stop it from getting worse.”
As a result, Lois became an honourary ambassador for Golfun, the annual tournament organized to raise funds for the Cameco MS Neuroscience Research Centre (CMSNRC).