MS Toolkit

eBook (PDF), 348 Pages
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Finally! A how-to kit for understanding and dealing with multiple sclerosis - "MS" - one of the most commonly diagnosed diseases of the central nervous system. The true "story of multiple sclerosis' impact" - on everyone! If you have MS, or know someone with MS, you simply cannot be without this book! Cary Polevoy speaks candidly about the impact of MS and chronic disease on the lives of patients, family, friends, and co-workers, revealing critical information about the disease, the effectiveness of highly touted treatments, and what everyone should know BEFORE they find themselves stricken with a crippling disease or sidetracked by a career-ending accident: the importance of disability insurance and how to navigate the often onerous paths of insurance companies and Social Security. Everything is contained in one highly readable volume that everyone will understand. It is a necessity for anyone that has MS for dealing with the changes in their lives, family and... More > work, and the medical community.< Less
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  • By Chris Bogard-Reynolds
    Oct 14, 2007
    "Review by the Reviewer at" The authors did their homework and have written a well organized and candid journal of Polevoy's MS experience. Experiences anyone with MS can relate to. His wife, Chris Bogard-Reynolds, obviously worked well with him to round out all aspects of living with MS. The second section is "What you need to know about MS." Whenever I see a long list of what can happen with MS, I am cautious to not become distressed because I know that only some symptoms relate to me. As with any book on what is possible with MS, I warn newly diagnosed people to read only what relates to them at the time, otherwise it is possible to become overwhelmed with unknown possibilities. Polevoy discusses treatments and experimental treatments which always need to be discussed with our doctors before attempting. The authors used an interesting format for the third section, "Issues in MS & Chronic Disease." They have a Q&A section, making... More > it reader friendly. The last part of the book is valuable information about "Social Security and Disability Insurance." It is thorough and covers a lot of territory where most readers can find their experiences included. This book is a good resource from first-hand experience. The only real negative I see is the extremely small print size in the titles and the forms shown in the book. They are barely readable and I needed to refer to the table of contents. Even so, this team put together a comprehensive book which is not an easy task, given they did this without a team of researchers and assistants, as in most MS resource books. For this I applaud them. LizOP, MSWorld Book Reviewer< Less
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Chris Bogard-Reynolds
October 1, 2011
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