July 26, 2014
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MS in Children and Teens

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is usually diagnosed in adults. However, children and teenagers can also get MS. Learn more about MS in children and teens, including diagnosis, treatment, and who is at risk. Find out how MS can affect the lives of young people, and what their family and friends can do to help.

How common is MS, and who is at risk?How common is MS, and who is at risk?

People may think of MS as being diagnosed only in adults, but children and teenagers can also get it. Find out how common this is, and who is at risk. More...

MS diagnosis and symptoms in childrenMS diagnosis and symptoms in children

How is MS diagnosed in children? Do children have the same symptoms as adults? Read on to find out. More...

How is MS in children and teens treated?How is MS in children and teens treated?

Is MS in children and teens treated differently from MS in adults? More...

How can MS affect the life of a child or teen?How can MS affect the life of a child or teen?

MS can be challenging, especially for children and teens with the medical condition. Find out what family and friends can do to help. More...

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