Hope could have been Teresa Wright-Johnson’s middle name because she exudes hope in all she does. Treatment for a workplace injury was the trigger for her MS diagnosis, which added an additional dimension to her already impressive health advocacy work.
She shares the story of learning she had multiple sclerosis on top of living with congenital heart disease, and how neither of those conditions changed her outlook on life. Teresa also touches on her diagnosis with MS despite having no symptoms, her belief that your body will always tell you when something is going on, and the plus side of having a three-year wait for her final diagnosis.
Listening to this conversation, you'll see why Teresa is a much sought-after public speaker for both heart disease and multiple sclerosis.
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Support of this project is made possible through the generosity of Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson.