VIDEO: a women who has been using a wheelchair for over 20 years, talks about living with MS.
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HOUSTON (KTRK) —
This weekend, more than 13,000 cyclists and 3,500 volunteers will hit the road from Houston to Austin in the BP MS 150. It’s a two day, 180 mile trek and the largest fundraiser for Multiple Sclerosis in the world.
The central nervous system disease can affect anyone, even an active, young mom. Lisa Sailor explains the logistics of everyday life with MS and how she keeps her independence.
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