Image via WikipediaIs multiple sclerosis a treatable condition?
With a promising new oral medication recently made available, multiple sclerosis (MS) is now more than ever a treatable condition.
MS is a lifelong disease of the brain and spinal cord that begins in early adulthood and afflicts women two times as often as men. Treatments have typically included either injections or infusions for the patient's lifetime. Injections are painful, cause flu-like symptoms and focal disfigurement, and are a psychological reminder of the lifelong illness. Infusions, although less frequent, require traveling to infusion centers.
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