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What is primary-progressive multiple sclerosis?

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For people with primary-progressive multiple sclerosis, symptoms gradually get worse without any obvious relapses or remissions. About 15% of all people with MS have this form, but it’s most common type for people diagnosed after age 40.

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Multiple Sclerosis Foundation.

Reviewed by Christopher Melinosky on August 26, 2019

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Multiple Sclerosis Foundation.

Reviewed by Christopher Melinosky on August 26, 2019

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