Departments: Photo Essay
A photo series of Neurology Now readers.
Anna Webber, 26-year-old music photographer and Multiple Sclerosis Association of America ambassador.
To see more of Annie Levy's photography, go to annielevy.com.
Anna Webber, 26
When were you diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS)? At 23, during my junior year at Pepperdine University.
Is there a person, place, or thing that helps you live with the diagnosis? MS inspires me to live a richer, healthier life. I read, create, exercise, and socialize more because of it. Day-to-day, the mobile app, “My MS Manager” from the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA) has been indispensable. It really means I can live my life with MS. As a photographer, I often travel. Inconsistent sleep and diet can throw anyone off, especially someone managing a chronic disease. The peace of mind that comes with carrying all my relevant MS information in my pocket helps free my mind to go about my day.
To see Anna's work, visit annawebber.com.
For the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America, visit msassociation.org.