Coping with Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Coping with Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

From Cynthia Ball

My name is Cynthia Ball. I was diagnosed with an aggressive form of Multiple Sclerosis which is a progressive, debilitating, autoimmune disease. The cure is unknown. My doctors have told me I will get worse.

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My name is Cynthia Ball. I was diagnosed with an aggressive form of Multiple Sclerosis which is a progressive, debilitating, autoimmune disease. The cure is unknown.

My doctors have told me I will get worse; there is nothing that they can do for me. I don’t like to ask for help, but I do not have any other choice. When my MS flare up (which is about every day), I cannot be in humid heat more than 30 minutes or stand very long, I get dizzy and fall.  I am limited to what I can do. I need help to move from North Carolina to Tazewell Virginia. My caretaker is from there. His mother who is 76 years old has cancer. I would like to purchase a camper. My goal is to move to Virginia before my health gets worse. I have heard the doctors and benefits are better in Virginia than North Carolina. I received $771.00 a month; bills are over $1000.00 per month. I have paperwork to prove my illness if you are in doubt.  

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