MdDS in the News: South African papers tell the stories of 3 MdDSers

ENT specialist Dr. Duane Mol explains MdDS to heritage newspaper, The Star.

Through the stories of three MdDSers this well-written article, published in South African newspapers The Star and The Pretoria News, tells how life-altering MdDS truly is.

  • The Strange and Rare Disorder that Ended My Career and Quality of Life: Marlene van Rensburg of Waverly, Pretoria
  • “Flights and a cruise triggered my landsickness”: Gail Fuller from Edenvale, Johannesburg
  • “For most of the day, I feel like I’m on a boat”: Darien Harrison, from Irene, Pretoria

Click here to read the complete story.


Also published today,  Dr. Alexander Mauskop posted an entry on the New York Headache Center blog after seeing two MdDS patients in one week. Dr. Mauskop is board-certified in Neurology with subspecialty certification in Headache Medicine. Read his post titled “Mal de Debarquement syndrome.”

 

MdDS in the News: South African papers tell the stories of 3 MdDSers was last modified: March 19th, 2018 by MdDS Foundation

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  1. flower

    thankyou for the infos. though it’s really hard for me to accept that i have this kind of disease that has no cure yet. i’m still a student,and i find it very difficult to manage my studies having this ‘gift’. i still have my hopes up, though rising up from bed each morning is a challenge already.

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