Women with multiple sclerosis: Stronger than stigma
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Women with multiple sclerosis: Stronger than stigma

Maheswari Narasimhan was in her 30s when deteriorating health forced her to quit her job. Then a sole breadwinner of her family, she worked at a senior level in a company that exported yarn. Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at the age of 32, she first complained of blurring vision which quickly progressed to her losing feeling below the waist. It made everything harder for her -- seeing the color of the yarn at work, putting on a saree, or even walking with slippers. Archana, a Karate teacher from Chennai, had her own set of challenges. Listen to their stories of living with multiple sclerosis.
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