Did anyone see the article in the Daily Mail today? A mother and her 6 year old daughter died tragically in a car accident. In the post mortum it was discovered that the mother had undiagnosed MS which may have caused her to have a medical emergency, slump over the wheel and make the car swerve into another car.
The pathologist said: 'MS can produce a lack of co-ordination and visual clarity and have an effect on motor strength, which could possibly be a contributory factor in the accident'
This sort of article will make everyone who has MS and everyone who knows someone with MS nervous. (and the insurance companies too). How many people with MS have sudden lack of motor strength?
I feel very sorry for the family of the mother and daughter and know they want answers as to how the accident happened, but for the sake of all the people who have MS wish they hadn't mentioned MS.