Multiple Sclerosis, also known as MS, is a disease causing demylination of the white matter in the spinal cord and brain. The nerve damage slows, blocks or distorts transmission of nerve impulses. MS is characterized by periods of exacerbation and remissions.
The crippling disease is a major cause of chronic disability in young adults. It usually becomes symptomatic between the ages of twenty and forty with twenty-seven being the average. Prognosis varies greatly from person to person. MS can progress rapidly causing profound disability and even death by early adulthood. …
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