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Since her diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS), Selma Blair has shared intimate parts of her life with her followers to raise awareness of sharpening the life-changing disorders of the central nervous system, she posted a picture of herself with a pedals-free bicycle that helped her get around when she was not alone (Selma Blair says, a 23-month test on her future MS diagnosis stated)
"I have places to go to," she wrote next to the photo. "Sometimes I can not do it on my own, sometimes I have to sit down and roll the punches."
Blair says she saw the bicycle, known as Alinker, in the doctor's office of her doctor and the actress and The MS patient Jamie Lynn Sigler has been gifted. [1
Loss of balance is one particularly debilitating side effect of MS According to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the actress used a stick at the Vanity Fair Oscar party usually take me by the arm, if possible. But I need a balance. A cane, "she'd previously commented on Instagram.
Still, a stick can feel a little restrictive, which is why Blair falls in love with her Alinker," she says. "I love being able to move at the speed of sound." She wrote, "All for this innovation here."