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Multiple Sclerosis

Diagnosis

 
Survey: MS Patients and Doctors Don’t See Eye to Eye

Survey: MS Patients and Doctors Don’t See Eye to Eye

Closing gaps in understanding of causes, treatment, and life with multiple sclerosis could improve communication and outcomes.
What MS Symptoms Really Look Like Inside the Body

What MS Symptoms Really Look Like Inside the Body

How do you explain the invisible symptoms of MS to people who've never experienced them? This 3D model shows MS inside the body.
When MS Strikes Later in Life

When MS Strikes Later in Life

Just 5 percent of MS patients develop symptoms after age 50, when the condition can be mistaken for other diseases or even normal aging.
Treating Early Symptoms of MS May Extend Time to Diagnosis

Treating Early Symptoms of MS May Extend Time to Diagnosis

Industry-funded study also found therapy doubled time until a relapse occurred.
Life-Saving Cancer Screenings Everyone With MS Needs

Life-Saving Cancer Screenings Everyone With MS Needs

Cancer risk isn't necessarily higher in people with MS, but they might find it tougher to get their recommended screenings.
What Is It Like to Have MS? Jinjer's Story

What Is It Like to Have MS? Jinjer's Story

Jinjer LeVan knows firsthand that many can't empathize with what it's like to have MS. But her MS experience kit is challenging myths to help families...
When a Second Chronic Condition Complicates Multiple Sclerosis

When a Second Chronic Condition Complicates Multiple Sclerosis

Having MS doesn’t protect you from developing other chronic diseases. See how Bob Noe manages both MS and diabetes.
A Near-Death Experience Saved Her Life — and Helped Her Face MS

A Near-Death Experience Saved Her Life — and Helped Her Face MS

After being diagnosed with MS, Tanina Agosto became depressed. Here's how she turned her life around.
Clinically Isolated Syndrome: Is It a Glimpse of MS to Come?

Clinically Isolated Syndrome: Is It a Glimpse of MS to Come?

When it comes to symptoms, CIS and MS look alike. The difference is in whether the symptoms come back and what shows up on an MRI.
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