Many thanks to all those who have purchased a copy of Don’t MS With Me (When Nothing Goes To Plan). We are now thrilled to announce that $5000 has been raised already and that the Morgan Mansell Fund has just been able to donate the full amount to support the fantastic research that the Monash Dep’t of Neuroscience has been undertaking in their quest for a cure for multiple sclerosis. The Morgan Mansell Fund will continue to donate 100% of all proceeds from sales of Morgan’s book towards that all important cure for MS.
About Morgan’s Book Don’t MS With Me
Morgan first noticed multiple sclerosis symptoms when she was just 17. As the disease progressed, the challenges continued to mount up as she battled adverse reactions to the numerous MS medications she was given. Morgan’s account of her MS journey (the leading cause of disability in young adults) is beautifully written with such humour whilst simultaneously being so very frank and informative. This book is not only for those personally affected by MS – but is also an inspiring read for anyone with an interest in a person’s fight against the odds. Don’t MS With Me will have you captivated by the courage of this brave young woman.
“MS did not define Morgan, nor should it define anyone with this condition. Morgan writes of her MS journey with astuteness, tenderness and humour. But in the face of great adversity she was brave, graceful and resilient.”
Associate Professor Ernie Butler, Head of Neurology, Peninsula Health
Don’t MS With Me is available in paperback or on Kindle
There are two ways to purchase Don’t MS With Me:
1: Directly via https://checkout.square.site/buy/RZZ2ZJVGTLZ6E2LAYCFC6CAM for $19.50 (plus local postage): This link is our preferred method as it allows us to raise more money for the Morgan Mansell Fund and an MS cure, however, please note this link is only appropriate for those who live in Australia.
2: For those who do not live in Australia, it is available via http://www.amazon.com/Dont-Ms-Me-Multiple…/dp/B0948J4GMT
All proceeds from sales of this book will be donated towards MS research.