Friday, December 07, 2007

Tamia-Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis

Tamia, is a strong 32 year old woman. She is juggling marriage, (Grant Hill), raising two beautiful daughters, (Myla and Lael), and also taking on the challenge of living with multiple sclerosis.

She is quoted as saying, “Because it’s one of those things where you never know how it’s going to work out. It is something that is very serious and we still — and by we I mean the medical community — see it as a mysterious disease.”

New York Times


Anonymous said...

good luck tamia. stay strong

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