I have been living in isolation for quite some time now, but I must honestly say that this does not affect me that much. I’m going out 10% less than before, so what. We’ve talked enough about this virus and quarantine, it’s getting to be a habit now. People can’t … >>>>>>>
The current situation is very challenging. I’m lucky to be able to tolerate the ghosting relatively well. I live in complete isolation for a week now, what about those who suffer from not being able to see their relatives.
I haven’t been going out for a week, PT, ergo does … >>>>>>>
Now we’re in for a big shock, all of us. Now take a deep breath again, we have to somehow endure this situation, bear it, and we can’t do more than wait and behave reasonably. You can learn from us MSA patients, we have had this fate for a long … >>>>>>>
We all go through special times. We’re all concerned. The difference is that this situation makes our situation with MSA, even more difficult. For a human being, the probability of dying from corona virus is 4%, the probability of dying from MSA is 100%.
All hospitals are now putting everything … >>>>>>>
I’m a little overwhelmed with this Corona madness. Of course one should not take it carelessly – especially we MSA-sick people – but also not fall into hysteria. Somehow I can’t listen to it anymore, because through all channels one is bombarded with this one topic, almost only with this.… >>>>>>>