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Monday, December 1, 2008

"Don't Ask Me How I Feel - I Have MS"

My neurologist stunned me
when she said:
"You have Multiple Sclerosis
and looking at your MRI,
you are a walking time bomb"
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"Don't Ask Me How I Feel - I Have MS"
- By Stephen Knapp
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To Obtain Your copy of this MS Patient's Novel, continue reading

Stephen has written a powerful personal story about his MS, which is 400 pages long and took over 6 years to write and publish.

He would like you to check it out. You can order it from the publisher - Authorhouse for $15.70 plus S&H, or from the on-line book sellers like Amazon.com for a few dollars more.

OR, you can get it from him (directly) for just $15 plus S&H $3 each.

If you choose this option, then please send a check to:
Stephen Knapp - 18755 Cape Sable Dr. - Boca Raton, FL 33498-6377


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Suggestions, Comments and/or Questions are always appreciated.. - Thank you
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Just finished reading Stephens book yesterday. Excellent reading, went through his whole life and makes one think of environmental factors etc.
I was dxed in 2002 with R/R MS, and found my emotions so very similiar in many ways.

Pamela