I am in the army reserves and now I have MS after going overseas in 2003. I received the anthrax vacination before going to Iraq. From what I know about MS, the initial onset always follows a virus. Anthrax just happens to be a virus. I am curiuos to know if there are anymore people out there who may have experienced the same thing. When I was diagnosed in the beginging, they called it ADEM, which is a disease similar to MS, but it is not permanent. In the hospital where I was diagnosed, there was another girl down the hall who was diagnosed with MS who had just returned from Iraq. At the risk of sounding like a conspiracy, lol, I am curious to know how many other people with MS may have served in the US Military and had to have the Anthrax vaccine. Thank you for any response.
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