By Ashley Adkins
At just 27 years old, Katina Holloway began to lose the vision in her right eye, along with her sense of balance. After a series of tests and referrals, optometrists determined she was suffering from optic neuritis – a telling symptom that led to a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.
Read more in the Tuesday, August 26, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.
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