Treating Multiple Sclerosis: Where are We Now, Where are We Headed?

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Multiple sclerosis--or MS--attacks the spinal cord and brain, causing neurological symptoms that can interfere with daily life. But with the right treatment and a comprehensive team approach, patients and their physicians can control MS symptoms better than ever before.  Dr. Annette Wundes and Dr. Shana Johnson, co-directors of UW Medicine’s state-of-the-art Multiple Sclerosis Center, join us to share the latest news in treatment and research and explain why they feel this is a hopeful time for patients with MS.

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