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Kaz Aston - M.S. - Multiple Sclerosis PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 20 February 2013 16:21
Kaz Aston, a registered nurse, who has had Multiple Sclerosis for 18 years, has written a new clear guide to the condition to help others cope with it and get the most out of life. When Kaz Aston was diagnosed with MS it made her more determined than ever to be active and adventurous. She plays golf and darts, goes clay pigeon shooting, and has taken part in drag racing events and a Round the Island yacht race. She is currently the sports lead for the Rotary Club of London - an amazing feat for someone with the condition. Her “Really Clear Guide to MS”, just published, can be read in 67 languages, to help people with MS understand how it affects them. Here is a link:
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written by Jo, February 26, 2013
Brilliant presentation. I knew nothing about M.S. till now, even though a friend of mine has the 'disease'. Maybe I should not be so reticent about asking questions. Karen Aston has given a clear description of this illness and has improved my knowledge of it 100% which was nil before. I certainly did not know it was a neurological problem and wish her success in her campaign of bringing her message - A Really Clear Guide - to the masses in 60 different languages. Keep up the good work.
written by mdgh, March 13, 2013
A very good speaker on a subject not many people know anything about. Sport is a better way of staying active rather than throw money away on gyms. Better for fresh air and the much needed sunshine.

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