Author Archives: Jodi Enders

If You Are Scared but Act Anyway, You Are Courageous

I am currently composing this column six hours out from my transsternal thymectomy. Five mishaps leading up to the surgery have gone wrong on the scheduling side, and then the COVID-19 office lost my test. I have been relatively happy leading up to this, but it seems everything…

Like Snowflakes, We Expand With Each Cloud

Snowflakes never meant much to me. As a kid, I would catch them in my mouth as they fell from the sky and cut their shapes out of construction paper. Now, after my myasthenia gravis (MG) diagnosis, I look at snowflakes with a newfound admiration and wonder. A miraculous…

We Must Always Remember to Practice Self-care

In friendly relationships, I always try to remain compassionate and remember that people’s past encounters and experiences shape who they are. In order to grow, people need to be open-minded and teachable. In certain uncomfortable situations, I let unintentional offenses slide, I attempt to teach, and I move on…

2021 Myasthenia Gravis Survey Results

BioNews Survey Infographic

Myasthenia Gravis News conducted a survey from Feb. 11-March 28 to gain greater insight into the characteristics of the MG community and disease management. Results of the survey have now been published. Click on the image to view the infographic, and click here to read the story.