An Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation Employee Finds a New Lease on Life--at Work
The Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation issued the following news:
For Chrissy Brady, the first signal of illness came when her left leg went numb. A month-long migraine followed. When a subsequent MRI showed lesions scattered through her brain, it left no doubt that she was suffering from multiple sclerosis.
In MS, immune cells attack the protective covering of nerves in the brain, causing vision problems, tremors, paralysis, painful spasms, imbalance and cognitive changes. It's di...