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Penn Medicine: “Multiple Sclerosis and Exercise: Why MS Patients Should Stay Active.”
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Mayo Clinic: “Exercise and multiple sclerosis.”
Johns Hopkins Home Care Group: "5 Tips to Better Wheelchair Exercise for a Healthy Heart."
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