Chemotherapy for Multiple Sclerosis
A Guide For Those Who Might Be Fearful
I’m a worrier. Maybe even a touch neurotic. When I check-in for most physician office exams, they check my blood pressure. When they pump up the BP cuff and it tightens around my arm, I’d worry that they might keep tightening it so that it could squeeze my arm, severing it from my body. You’d think after seventy years and hundreds (perhaps thousands) of BP checks, this distorted fantasy would disappear. The good news is that I no longer think the intake nurse is going to remove my arm.