Fox News’ Neil Cavuto Talks Multiple Sclerosis on ‘GMA’

By Brian Flood Comment

Fox Business and Fox News anchor Neil Cavuto appeared on “GMA” this morning to discuss how Multiple Sclerosis impacts his job and how he deals with the disease.

Cavuto sat down with George Stephanopoulos, joking that he uses the disease to get out of chores around the house. Cavuto was diagnosed with MS in 1997 and explained what it’s like to host a live TV show with the disease.

“Well, I think my producers could tell you that they know something is wrong when I can’t see, or if I’m having trouble looking at the prompter,” Cavuto said. “Sometimes it’s very difficult to see the person right in front of me.”

March is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month and Cavuto is actively involved in numerous efforts to raise awareness. Check out the interview below:

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