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Unlike other young people, Holly Hambly cannot work full time, despite wishing she could. Pins and needles are common, as is the feeling of “imaginary creepy crawlies” over her body. She lives in fear of the days when her legs “stop working” and one side of her face goes completely numb. The 26-year-old from Cornwall suffers from relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS). When asked her opinion on an oral treatment that could reduce the frequency of her relapses, her response is immediate: “I want it yesterday.” Read full article here.