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Hypertension and Multiple Sclerosis: How They're Connected

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    Results from several studies indicate that hypertension is quite prevalent in MS, affecting 17.1 percent to 30.1 percent of people with MS in the U.S.
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    Lisa Emrich

    Lisa Emrich

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    Living with multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid Arthritis, Lisa Emrich is an award-winning, passionate patient advocate, health writer, classical musician, and backroad cyclist. Her stories inspire others to live better and stay active. Lisa is author of the blog Brass and Ivory: Life with MS and RA and founder of the Carnival of MS Bloggers. Lisa frequently works with organizations in support of better policies, patient-centered research, and research funding.

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