About Me: Male, 56, Indianapolis, IN, member since Apr 2013
I was diagnosed with RRMS this past January 2013 and am getting ready to start Copaxone 20MG soon. I have fought and beat HCV infection in 2002 with Peginterferon and Ribavirin--now that was a ***** but it worked.
"I just got a tattoo in May and wish I had pick a better tattoo artist because It scarred and turned out like crap. Even if I have it lased off the scars will still be there, maybe even worst. I am bummed! On Copaxone, but don't think thi..."
Welcome to our community! It stinks that you are now officially a member of the MS club, but you are in good company. Especially with folks here in the midwest - I am aobut 2 hours east of you over in the Dayton area. I hope you find the forum useful while you figure out this next disease. welcome again! Laura
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