Jack Osbourne On MS Diagnosis & How He's Making a Difference
You all may know Jack Osbourne as the famous son of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne, but Jack is so much more than his family name. Five years ago, Osbourne was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and he's been making life changes ever since. Jack Osbourne's MS diagnosis may have presented challenges to the TV personality, but that's not stopping him from making a difference in a big way... and no, it's not with another nonprofit.
You Don't Know Jack About MS is a campaign started by Osbourne and Teva Neuroscience, a website that provides insight for those who are living with multiple sclerosis. He also stars in a web series on the site that offers a look into his life and any advice he can give, although he doesn't really believe in giving advice.
I had the chance to speak to Jack Osbourne about his campaign You Don't Know Jack About MS, his MS diagnosis, and how he's taking life by the horns and not letting go.
Osbourne started off by explaining why he doesn't want to just start another non-profit. He explains,
Jack's campaign has been successful in reaching others with MS. He mentions,
On how his famous family has supported him, Jack adds,
MS symptoms vary for each individual, including Jack. Osbourne notes,
Since Jack received his diagnosis, the Osbourne son has a new lease on life. He tells me,
Although Jack Osbourne continues to ride the crazy train of life, it doesn't look like he'll be going off the rails anytime soon.
To learn more about MS and Jack's journey, visit Youdontknowjackaboutms.com