Aug 30, 2012

Multiple Sclerosis. It is a disease so mysterious that it can affect people who have it, in completely different, often unpredictable ways.

A physician-researcher, an advocate, and an M.S. survivor help us understand what is currently known about the disorder, and about the search for a cure.

Carrie Dahlquist - Manager of Mission Engagement for the Blue Ridge Chapter of the National M.S. Society.

Myla D. Goldman, M.D. - Neurologist.  Director of the  James Q Miller Multiple Sclerosis Clinic at the University of Virginia.

Carol Schikman -  Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis almost 20 years ago.  Leader of a Harrisonburg-based support group for people with M.S. and their families.