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Progressive Relapsing MS

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Progressive-Relapsing MS (PRMS) occurs in less than 5% of patients.  PRMS starts with acute symptom flare-ups and is progressive from the beginning.  There is a chance of relapases with continued deterioration between them. 

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Eighty-five percent of patients with MS having Relapsing Remitting MS (RRMS), but what is a "relapse?" If you are confused by the words "relapse," "exacerbation" or "attack," you are not alone. This is confusing for patients, carepartners, primary and ER doctors and surprisingly even for…

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