This World MS Day meet six inspiring young people from around the world and discover how they've adapted to the challenges of living with MS.

Explore the stories behind their mottos. The obstacles that they have overcome, the people who have given them strength and their hopes for the future.

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My motto is...

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Brenda 21, Argentina Read my story
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Praneel 18, India Read my story
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Anna 26, Russia Read my story
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Diogo 23, Portugal Read my story
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Praneel 18, India Read my story
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Breea 19, USA Read my story
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Khaoula 28, Tunisia Read my story
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Anna 26, Russia Read my story
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Diogo 23, Portugal Read my story
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Anna 26, Russia Read my story
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Breea 19, USA Read my story
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Praneel 18, India Read my story
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Breea 19, USA Read my story
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Diogo 23, Portugal Read my story
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Khaoula 28, Tunisia Read my story
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Brenda 21, Argentina Read my story
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Khaoula 28, Tunisia Read my story
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Brenda 21, Argentina Read my story
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What's your motto?

Now you don´t have a c hoice, so dare to be di fferent and don´t ma ke this the end of your story!

Viktoria, Austria
What's your motto?

Leave all your fears b ehind. Be anyone you w ant to be and do what ma kes you happy. Just li ve, because you'll ne ver live twice.

Joanna, Brazil
What's your motto?

I will not let MS get in the way of doing thing s I love. Period.

Christie, United States
What's your motto?

Par moments, on aimer ait bien tout laisser tomber, et pourtant, quoiqu'il arrive, il y a en nous une voix qui dit : "tiens bon !".

LAURIANE, France
What's your motto?

No existe enfermedad que destruya la sonri sa.

Yesica, Argentina
What's your motto?

Lo más importante no es lo que tengo, sino a quienes tengo en mi vi da!!

Jimena, Argentina
What's your motto?

We have the power to Ma ke OR Break "Be Happy a nd Live"

Maroua, Morocco
What's your motto?

"Voy a vivir el moment o para entender el des tino"

Normary, Puerto Rico
What's your motto?

Ne jamais lâcher, ch acun d'entre vous est en or, et ne cessez jam ais d'écouter cette petite voix qui vous d it de rester fort.

Lauriane, France
What's your motto?

We will rise over MS. M S will not rise over us . #United #asone #sto ng #fighters

Natalie, United States

MS symptoms usually start between the ages of 25 and 31 and can last a lifetime

There is no known cause or cure for MS.

People with MS have varying symptoms that come and go, making it hard to plan for tomorrow.

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