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Multiple Sclerosis

Follow along on our guide to Multiple Sclerosis, a chronic disease of the central nervous system. It is thought to be an autoimmune disease, where the body for unknown reasons attacks the myelin that protects the nerves, damaging it and causing a range of unpredictable symptoms such as blurred vision, movement problems, and communication difficulties. The specific symptoms and severity depend on which part of the brain or spinal cord has been affected, and can vary not only from patient to patient but for each individual depending on the course of the disease. Each step of the Medical Journey will delve into another aspect of the condition, including causes and diagnosis, genetic factors, related conditions, therapy options, coping strategies, and lessons learned from unique case studies – all of which have undergone expert review. Every installment will also include a separate, downloadable, printable information resource for patients.

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Early Diagnosis Can Mean Better Outcomes in Multiple Sclerosis

–Follow the 2017 McDonald criteria and be aware that U.S. prevalence may be broader than expected
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