Meet Iain Milne

Iain was born to race. A cycle champion by age 14, he moved on to speedway and joined Linlithgow Lighting, winning medals and trophies. When his legs started to fail, he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. He tried to fight it, every day, until he realized he was making it worse. Friends disappeared. His wife, Moyra remained a constant, and glamorous, support. Iain struggled with increasing daily pain for eight years before the hospice helped him discover effective pain relief.

Here's a clip with Iain from Seven Songs for a Long Life:

Here's an article about Iain that has just been published in Cumbernauld News.

You can find the full documentary cast of Seven Songs for a Long Life here. We'll feature one of them on this blog every couple of days.


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