Selma Blair Steps Away From Her Caine Following HSCT Therapy!
Actress Selma Blair has gone through some extreme treatments to restart her immune system which includes a stem cell transplant, (hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) to slow down her multiple sclerosis), and an “aggressive” course of chemotherapy. Now, she is walking away from the cane and standing on her own two feet again.
CelebnHealth247.com reports that Selma Blair has taken to social media to let her fans know that she has a deep appreciation of my MS community.
Selma Blair speaks on how she “did not know the extent to which my cane had become a part of me until I walked away from it.”
The “Legally Blonde” actress has “never taken MS for granted” goes on to explain.
I did not know the extent to which my cane had become a part of me until I walked away from it today and wondered why I had such a hitch in my step. then I remembered my stick. The wooden handle, the instant recognition in my brain as I softened my stance. I love my canes, as well as elegant borrowed pieces like this coveted Scully & Scully walking stick. I see them as characters accompanying me on various jaunts.
Honestly, when I have hours or days with more certainty in my surroundings or balance, I miss my cane. It’s a natural extension now. A dance partner, easing the transitions. In deep appreciation of my MS community, and all of you, thank you for the light posts. For being here with me in any way. This dance is for you.
Selma Blair speaks on her newest interview:
The Hellboy actress continues in another post thanking Town and Country writer for “being the words and voice of this time. For me. My heart, My son.”
There are times you are so bowled over by a person’s patient, true and thoughtful way and you know you are better for having crossed paths. Dear @Keah_Maria, thank you. I love this cover story. So much of it due to you. Only you, Keah, could have so perfectly put into words where I am right now looking back as well as forward. You gave me a context for myself in those first days of spring. You nailed this for me, us, the community of people who watch us and can see themselves. Thank you for being the words and voice of this time. For me. My heart, My son. A time capsule for him to have context later. You are Grace, beauty, humor and an excellent writer. Thank you to you. And this honor. And the whole blessed spring! You’re stuck with a mouthy new friend in a California time zone with chronic insomnia. No good deed… secret society forever. ?Xo.