Living with Advancing Multiple Sclerosis: Latest Treatments for Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis is one of the most actively studied areas of neurology. Powerful advancements in diagnostic tools, medications, and holistic approaches to therapy are enabling patients to live active and productive lives with minimal symptoms. View Transcript
Learn about forthcoming therapies, upcoming clinical trials, new breakthroughs, and find out why treating your symptoms now may leave you better positioned to benefit from future advancements.
Learn how an extremely common and normally harmless virus may put certain multiple sclerosis patients at risk for some dangerous complications and what you should discus with your doctor before starting treatment.
While it’s true that advancing MS can lead to increasing disability, the job of a caregiver starts long before this point. One of the most important things caregivers can provide is support and continued encouragement. The best plan to beating MS is sticking to a treatment plan.
The unpredictability of multiple sclerosis makes it difficult to manage. However, it is possible to develop a treatment regimen that slows or prevents relapses.
A key part of your MS coping strategy should involve developing a strong support network – friends, mentors, caregivers, relatives …people who will be there to help understand and deal with the symptoms and progressions of your disease.