MS; Demyelinating disease
There is no known cure for multiple sclerosis at this time. However, there are therapies that may slow the disease. The goal of treatment is to control symptoms and help you maintain a normal quality of life.
Medications used to slow the progression of multiple sclerosis are taken on a long-term basis, they include:
This is the first installment of a two part series on the cognitive symptoms associated with MS. While much attention is placed on the... Read more »
Patients living with more than one chronic disease face unique challenges. Unfortunately, comorbidities seem more and more common... Read more »
I came to address this topic in a 'friend of a friend' kind of way. It seems appropriate, during Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month, to... Read more »
The topic of spasticity has been on my mind since I’ve been experiencing it more lately. Four years ago, I did not understand what was... Read more »
What is a Relapse? The definition of an MS relapse (or exacerbation) is the sudden onset of new symptoms or worsened symptoms that last... Read more »