Multiple Sclerosis – An Unpredictable Disease



By Sharon A Bell In some people, it is a mild illness. In others, it can lead to permanent disability. This is the nature of multiple sclerosis, an unpredictable disease that affects 300,000 people … [Read more...]


All About Multiple Sclerosis



By Robert Groth Introduction to Multiple Sclerosis Multiple Sclerosis is known to affect more than 250,000 people world wide and 400,000+ people in the United States of America alone! This disease … [Read more...]


What is Multiple Sclerosis?



By Robert Groth Multiple sclerosis is a chronic disease that affects your central nervous system. It is believed to be an autoimmune disease, a condition in which your immune system attacks parts of … [Read more...]


6 Risk Factors for Multiple Sclerosis



By Robert Groth There are several recognized risk factors in Multiple Sclerosis, although there is not a definite known cause. These risk factors do not guarantee that you will be diagnosed with the … [Read more...]


I Have Multiple Sclerosis, But It Does Not Define Me



By Robert Groth The year was 1989. I was then 17, about to graduate from high school in a few months. During those last few weeks leading up to graduation, I felt like I practically held the world in … [Read more...]


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