Hidden – invisible – unnoticed. That’s what symptoms for many living MS are like. So how do you explain them to people who don’t understand? The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Australia (MSA) decided to stop just talking about them and start showing what it’s like to live with MS. Their project is called Seeing [MS] and includes nine photographers depicting nine invisible symptoms in a series of single images. And all of them are inspired by the experiences of people living with the condition – these photographs are what life with MS is like for them. We’ll be highlighting them all on the blog over the coming months to help expose the invisible side of disease.
You are now seeing blurred vision
Photographed by Toby Burrows
Inspired by Emma Giunti’s invisible symptom
Emma Giunti talking more about MS and blurred vision.
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