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Finding the Right Multiple Sclerosis Treatment

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Finding the Right Treatment to Slow Down MS

There have been major breakthroughs in the treatment of MS. Disease-modifying drugs can now reduce the frequency of MS attacks and slow down the toll of the disease, which is helping people with MS live long and productive lives. Read up on the wide range of treatment options ›

Managing Your MS Symptoms

While disease-modifying drugs slow down the progression of MS, other treatments are often used to treat flare-ups of MS symptoms.  These include high-dose steroids, and other drugs to treat symptoms such as fatigue, difficulty walking, bladder problems and nerve pain

How Well Are You Managing Your MS?

Take a health test to evaluate how well your MS treatment plan is working.

Recognizing an MS Attack

People with relapsing-remitting MS, the most common form of MS, may have mild symptoms on a daily basis but experience occasional relapses.  This sudden worsening of symptoms is often referred to as an "attack". Learn more about recognizing and treating MS attacks

Treatment Basics

There is no cure for MS, but there are two types of treatments. One type suppresses the disease. The other type improves the symptoms of MS. Get the complete guide to MS ›

Living Well With MS

Caregiving for someone with MS can be hard emotionally and physically, but it can also bring you closer to the person you're caring for. See these 9 tips for MS caregivers ›

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