There are many more approved therapies for RRMS than there were just 20 years ago. The key is to prevent relapses and slow progression with less risk.
Lindsey Kelly couldn’t do it alone – provider, mother to six, and caregiver to her husband, Reid. So she swallowed her pride, she says, and accepted help.
Mariska Breland, the creator of Pilates for Neurological Conditions, opens up about her path to opening up about her multiple sclerosis diagnosis.
Debbie Means is a caseworker who works with people with MS to help improve aspects of their life, including workplace needs.
It may feel like nobody else understands what it's like to live with RRMS. But, you're not alone. Professor Darbi Haynes-Lawrence gives insight into her experience with the condition.