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Multiple sclerosis is the number-one cause of nontraumatic disability among young adults in developed countries. Research shows that early diagnosis and intervention can reduce relapses and slow disease progression, perhaps delaying the onset of significant disability. Leading neurologists and MS specialists discuss the relationship between relapses and increased disability in patients. They explain how recent advances in treatment options allow for more individualized care in what is a highly variable disease. Significant challenges persist in the fight against MS, however, not the least of which is misdiagnosis of early symptoms.

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