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What is secondary-progressive multiple sclerosis?

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People who get secondary-progressive multiple sclerosis usually start with relapsing-remitting MS. Over time, symptoms stop coming and going and begin getting steadily worse. The change may happen shortly after MS symptoms appear, or it may take years or decades.

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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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