Patient Comments: Multiple Sclerosis - Treatments
How do you manage your multiple sclerosis?
A Doctor's View on Multiple Sclerosis Treatment
Read the Comment by Charles Patrick Davis, MD, PhD
Multiple sclerosis (MS) treatment consists of medications and lifestyle modification. There is no cure for MS but appropriate treatment can slow or stop attacks and relapses. Medications to treat multiple sclerosis can have serious side effects so you and your doctor need to discuss all the potential complications of treatments before choosing the one that's right for you. Read the entire Doctor's View
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