By Bob Averack, as told to Hope Cristol
I became an advocate for myasthenia gravis (MG) the hard way. I was diagnosed in 2006, a time before technology connected people like it does today. So, I went through a lot of trial and error when it came to managing MG.
For a while, every time I came up against a trigger, it felt like getting hit on the head with a 2×4. I’m a strong dude who didn’t want MG to dictate how I’d live my life. But MG said to me, “Oh yeah? Well, I’m stronger than you.”
The moment when the…