Tales of a waitress who escaped the restaurant industry and then discovered a desk job kind of blows - so I put the apron back on. And I deliver pizza because getting paid to drive around listening to music is pretty awesome.
I'm in no way a health professional; I don't know jack about Multiple Sclerosis. Well, I do know a bit, because my mother does home health care and when I was little she had a patient with severe MS. She explained to me what it was, vaguely, and oh my god did it freak me out. Later on I learned about some of the biological stuff, the degeneration of the myelin sheath of the nerves etc., but I've never really studied it. One of the things my mom told me long ago was that MS treatment doesn't really treat it so much as deal with individual symptoms. There are a couple of MS diet therapies that are well-known, that some patients say improve their symptoms, but no hard studies; and some of the symptoms of MS (like sensory loss) don't have treatments. It's amazing to me that we can replace somebody's heart and yet not come up with an effective treatment for a disease that has such a wide span of symptoms.