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MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS is an autoimmune disease which impacts the nervous system. While there is not yet a cure available, the good news is that new medicines can treat the condition by slowing down the disease process, and people suffering from multiple sclerosis can lead satisfying and productive lives.Whether you have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, think you may have the condition or are caring for a loved one, being armed with information will allow you to take the necessary steps to protect your was designed around three main areas: 1) FINDING the information you need; 2) MANAGING your condition and taking actions to improve your health; and 3) SHARING & LEARNING experiences, ideas and inspiration with people who have "been there."  We encourage you to share your experiences and insights with this community.
FIND The FIND section is designed to help you answer questions, obtain information and learn about multiple sclerosis.  Find information to help you better understand your condition, browse through drug information, or search the country's best doctors and hospitals.  Click here for a complete list of topics in our Find section.MANAGE The MANAGE section focuses on coping with this condition day-to-day.  Being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis can be overwhelming.  Let our experts guide you through these crucial hours.  Find lifestyle tips to help control your multiple sclerosis and coping strategies for multiple sclerosis.  To help you take charge of your health, learn about the treatment options available to you, including the latest on medications.  For more information on managing this condition, click here.CONNECT Building a strong support network can play a key role in helping individuals with multiple sclerosis cope with their condition.  This section will help you build this network by connecting you with others who understand what you are going through and can help you cope.  Find advice and words of wisdom from our Experts, and when you're ready, join the conversation and share your story.

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