"These lesions here and here pretty much confirm the diagnosis of MS," the neuroradiologist said, pointing to fuzzy white spots on my MRI.
I stood there in the dark room, staring at the MRI films. I didn't know how to read an MRI, but I could see the spots he was talking about. I couldn't believe it. Maybe these weren't my MRI films. Maybe the machine was broken. He had to be wrong. He had made a mistake.
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