Multiple sclerosis (MS) is damage that affects nerve cells in your brain and spinal cord. This damage is irreversible. It causes symptoms that gradually get worse as well as symptoms that come on suddenly after a period of being controlled (referred to as a relapse).
Medication for MS doesn’t cure the disease, but rather helps manage it. Management focuses on using medication that can modify the disease to reduce damage and disability. It also involves using other drugs to treat symptoms or complications of MS.
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