In an article published in Momentum by Aviva Patz he reveals the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) has unveiled new disease-modifying treatment guidelines for people with multiple sclerosis, the first revisions in more than 16 years. These guidelines affect those newly diagnosed or who have been living with MS for years and cover treatment protocols for the full range of MS types. Be sure to read more to find out what you should know about treatment recommendations, what you should do now, and conversations you may want to have with your doctor.
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