MS affects everyone differently. Having a plan that includes an assessment of any problems, incorporates your goals, identifies suitable treatments, and provides you with education and support can help you to maintain (and regain) your life activities.2
Listen to Dr David Baker explain what No Evidence of Disease Activity (NEDA) means and why it can be a goal of MS treatment.
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Your specialist is the best person to provide advice on the available treatments. It’s OK to ask questions, and to share your concerns and fears.
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