Virtual reality is performing miracles for people who’s careers were cut short due to MS

Multiple sclerosis can be a traumatic affliction for those who rely on movement to make a living. The loss of mobility can put, as Mashable explain, a “devastating damper on lifelong passions”. However, thanks to technological developments in the world of virtual reality, people suffering with MS are able to relive their passions like never before.

Let’s tell you the stories of San Diego surfer, Steve Bettis and NYC dancer, Amy Meisner. These two had their lifelong hobbies tragically taken from them by their MS affliction. MS disrupts the flow of information between the brain and body resulting in loss of control.

A new advertising campaign from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society
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