What is progressive-relapsing multiple sclerosis?
Progressive-relapsing multiple sclerosis is the least common form of the disease. Symptoms steadily get worse, but people also have flares that may or may not be followed by some recovery. At first, people with this type may seem to have primary-progressive MS.
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