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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Seth Morgan
Since starting on Gilenya more than two years ago, Seth Morgan of Chevy Chase, Md., says he has been free of disease relapses.
"People say you get used to the side effects _ the discomfort and burning around the injection site _ but the fact of the matter is I never did," said Morgan, who worked as a neurologist before being diagnosed with the disease.