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MS is just a part of life for Foulston

In retrospect, Sedgwick County District Attorney Nola Foulston says, the years of not knowing what was wrong, of being brushed off by doctors, of asking herself whether she just might be a nut case probably were for the good.

If someone had told her 30 years ago that she was disabled, she might have lived her life differently.

Instead, she proved to herself that, while multiple sclerosis will always be a part of her life, it doesn't control her.

More here.

March 21, 2005 in people | Permalink