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Kathleen Costello, a research associate at The Johns Hopkins MS Center, gets candid about what the best thing you can do to manage your multiple sclerosis.
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A neurologist coordinates your treatment plan for multiple sclerosis and considers all aspects from your diet to your mental health.
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