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Multiple Sclerosis

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MS Treatment Check-Up Guide

Are you taking the most of your MS therapy? Evaluate your current MS treatment and get some guidance to have a discussion with your neurologist.

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MS Treatment Options

Do you know all your treatment options? Learn about the MS disease-modifying therapies.

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Multiple Sclerosis Coping Strategies

MS Ambassador Gabriella Mammone shares her real-life coping strategies for multiple sclerosis. Find out more.

Help Your Doctor Understand Your Priorities

Help Your Doctor Understand Your Priorities

When you have multiple sclerosis (MS), the last thing you should worry about is whether you are getting your doctor's full attention. Your doctor has a very busy schedule, so how do you ensure that your doctor understands your priorities? Find out how to prepare for and get more from your doctor visit

Your doctor should understand your MS prioritiesYour doctor should understand your MS priorities

What's the number one priority in managing multiple sclerosis? A positive attitude. Your second priority is talking to your neurologist about your condition. Learn how to communicate your MS priorities to your doctor. More...

Maintaining ability and talking to your doctorMaintaining ability and talking to your doctor

Your doctor is very busy, seeing many patients every day, and it can be hard for them to thoroughly meet your MS needs. You can help by being prepared to discuss specific aspects of your MS and treatment. Find out more. More...

MS questions to ask your doctorMS questions to ask your doctor

Your neurologist's practice is full of MS patients. Make the most of your doctor's appointment. Find out more on questions to ask your doctor. More...

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