Multiple Sclerosis

Life is Good: When optimism is part of the MS treatment plan.

Life is Good: When optimism is part of the MS treatment plan.

Tatiana-Haas Castro has Multiple Sclerosis (MS). For 19 years, this shitty disease has tested, challenged, weakened and stolen from her. But the thing that makes Tatiana quite an amazing human and one of our heroes is...she never allows MS to kill her spirit. While, MS has taken so much from Tatiana, it has also inspired, awakened, strengthened and given to her.

Orange is the New Pink

Orange is the New Pink

Even though there are hundreds of thousands of people in the US and millions world-wide with MS, as a community, MS doesn't have that one unifying symbol for those outside of the community to recognize. Not taking anything away from the Breast Cancer Community whatsoever, but we don't see the designated MS orange as a symbol for this amazing group of people like we do with the iconic pink for breast cancer awareness. The MS community doesn't have its Susan-G.-Komen. But it does have Andrea Jackson, a woman who is doing amazing things to help support and honor the orange family! 

A Heart Warming Story About Staying Cool: Multiple Sclerosis Without AC

A Heart Warming Story About Staying Cool: Multiple Sclerosis Without AC

Sometimes people say "you never know who your reals friends are"...but this could be more FALSE in the case of Yolanda Whitted and Tina Oxendine. Tina and Yolanda are so close they consider each other 'sisters'. The two have been friends since elementary school and Tina has been a huge supporter for Yolanda ever since her MS (Multiple Sclerosis) diagnosis in 2013.

Keeping Yolanda Cool: MS without AC is H.E.L.L

Keeping Yolanda Cool: MS without AC is H.E.L.L

Sometimes people say "you never know who your reals friends are"...but this could be more FALSE in the case of Yolanda Whitted and Tina Oxendine. Tina and Yolanda are so close they consider each other 'sisters'. The two have been friends since elementary school and Tina has been a huge supporter for Yolanda ever since her MS (Multiple Sclerosis) diagnosis in 2013. Tina reached out to us recently to see if we could help her dear friend and 'sister' with something so important to her ability to cope with her MS.