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Dear Friends, Family and Community,

My husband, Jeffrey Rush was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2001. At age 35, we were recently married, he was an ambitious up and coming executive with a very bright future, a highly competitive tennis player and very athletic. One morning he woke up and couldn’t feel the left side of his body and couldn’t put his thoughts and speech together properly. After many tests he was diagnosed with the most crippling form of MS. Because of his inability to cognitively function, walk normally, and control his daily tremors from uncontrollable nerve damage due to the disease, his working days ended. Jeffrey was put on disability and started a new and unexpected path in life. He tried so many MS drugs, to no avail. There are no drugs out there that help his form of Primary Progressive MS.


February 23, 2015

I don't have much but I hope my little contribution helps in some way.

Dave Masching (facebook friend with your Father)

February 15, 2015

Prayers coming your way. I love you all. Keep me posted on the progress. Hugs and Kisses

Karen Corbett

February 4, 2015

Many prayers to you Jeff and family

Angie Suria