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Newly Diagnosed: You Are Not Alone on Your Journey

Whether you are a patient or a caregiver, it’s important to remember that you are not alone on this journey with MG and that others have been in your shoes. Here’s a collection of some of our columnists’ words that they would like to share to help guide, inspire, and encourage you.

A Letter to the Newly Diagnosed Myasthenic

Columnist Retha De Wet writes a letter of advice to those who are newly diagnosed with myasthenia gravis. Most importantly, she says, you will be fine.

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You’ve Received a Myasthenia Gravis Diagnosis — Now What?

Receiving an MG diagnosis probably comes with a sense of relief, writes columnist Megan Hunter, but what comes next? Here she shares some of her tips on living with the disease.

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Managing My Health Depends on Keeping Stress and Anxiety in Check

When some of her MG symptoms start flaring up, columnist Michelle Gonzaba realizes the impact that stress can have on her body.

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Checking for MG Symptoms Is Part of My Daily Routine

As part of her morning routine, Michelle runs through the same checklist of body parts daily to test their strength and functionality.

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