May 19, 2014
Well March, which is MSA Awareness Month across the world has come and gone. From the beginning of my diagnosis, I have been very involved in bringing awareness as well as raising funds to find a cure for this terrible disease. Unfortunately, as time goes by, these activities take more and more out of me and I find myself leaning on others to help get the job done. My deepest appreciation to Susan and Angelina.
January 27, 2014
Frank Cervone, against all odds has made it through another year with MSA. The doctors told him otherwise. Hopefully, his diligence will continue.
May 12, 2013
Then almost two years after posting a story here on Hollywood Republican asking you, the readers whether or not I should tell her I have Multiple System Atrophy, she found out that she was going to lose another son – her youngest, Me.
March 31, 2013
As a result of MSA, Frank Cervone has had to change what is left of his life – instead of giving in, he gave it all to the cause. Fight MSA.
March 27, 2013
March is MSA Awareness month in Ohio, we continue our series on MSA with a daughter’s view of how it’s changed her life and her continued love for her dad.
March 24, 2013
This is the second part of our MSA Awareness month in Ohio and a dedication to Frank Cervone and his desire to make the world aware of MSA before he departs
March 20, 2013
Thanks to the efforts of Frank Cervone, Ohio has declared March to be MSA Awareness Month. This articles describes some of the MSA events so far there.
January 31, 2013
Ohio becomes the first state to recognize MSA and to grant it an “awareness month” all because of our writer and sufferer Frank Cervone.
January 21, 2013
Today, Barack Hussein Obama is inaugurated for a second term. One wonders if the press had done their job, would Mitt Romney be giving a speech today? It’s not that far fetched of an idea. President Obama lost 3.6 million votes and Republicans gained 1 million votes between 2008 and 2012. That equals a 4.6 […]
December 16, 2012
As I spend each day dealing with the blows that MSA throws my way, I don’t spend one minute feeling sorry for myself. Am I dying? Yes. Are there times when I wish today was the day? Yes. Are there people in worse shape than I? Yes. Illnesses are horrible and can afflict anyone at […]