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My battle with multiple sclerosis by ex-pro golfer who played with Jack Nicklaus & Ian Woosnam



Martin Blades and wife Cheryl

A FORMER professional golfer is refusing to let his heart-wrenching battle with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) stop him continuing to enjoy success at sport.

Martin Blades, 50, started suffering the symptoms of MS 14 years ago when he developed a slight limp.

The debilitating illness affects nerves in the brain and spinal cord, causing problems with muscle movement, balance, memory and vision.

Although Martin's vision remains unaffected, he can no longer walk more than a few paces and requires a wheelchair to get around.

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