There is no way to prevent multiple sclerosis.
There is no cure for multiple sclerosis. There are two types of treatments: those that modify the immune system to suppress the disease, and those that improve the symptoms.
The following treatments improve some of these symptoms of multiple sclerosis:
Fatigue - Feelings of overwhelming exhaustion are common in people with multiple sclerosis, and can be improved with a variety of medications including ...
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