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Multiple Sclerosis

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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.
Pressure Sores: A Serious Complication of MS Disability

Pressure Sores: A Serious Complication of MS Disability

Pressure sores occur when a person sits or lies in one position for too long. Awareness is the first step toward preventing these sores.
5 Signs It's Time to Look for a New MS Doctor

5 Signs It's Time to Look for a New MS Doctor

Finding a doctor who can give you the best care possible is one of the most important things you can do for yourself when you have multiple sclerosis....
Multiple Sclerosis: Symptoms or Side Effects?

Multiple Sclerosis: Symptoms or Side Effects?

Are you confused by medication side effects that feel a lot like your MS symptoms? Here's how to distinguish between them.
Managing Vertigo When You Have MS

Managing Vertigo When You Have MS

Feel like the room is spinning while you're standing still? Vertigo affects many people with multiple sclerosis, but there are strategies that can hel...
A Short History of MS

A Short History of MS

Centuries before multiple sclerosis had a name, MS symptoms were described by astute medical observers. In the past 100 years, advances in technology ...
Combination Therapy: The Future of Multiple Sclerosis Treatment

Combination Therapy: The Future of Multiple Sclerosis Treatment

While taking more than one MS disease-modifying drug is currently rare, this may become more common in the future.
Treating Chronic Pain in Multiple Sclerosis

Treating Chronic Pain in Multiple Sclerosis

Depending on the cause of your pain, stretching, Botox, or even dietary changes may help.
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