For persons living with a chronic illness, such as multiple sclerosis (MS), the relationship with a primary physician is only one of many.
All articles by Anita Williams, MS Contributor
Multiple sclerosis (MS) made me a member of a club I never wanted to join, and I am going to share my advice with new members.
When I found out I had multiple sclerosis (MS), I was in shock. It took some time for my diagnosis to sink in.
It is lonely when you have a rare disease. To know that there are people out there supporting patients, like me, is comforting.
Lassitude interferes with many multiple sclerosis patients to the point that they are unable to work and are forced to leave their jobs.
Growing old with multiple sclerosis (MS) comes with its own complications. A disease on top of the normal aging process adds another layer of difficulty.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease of progression. Because of its unique properties, there is no set pattern.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) symptoms are a mystery for most of us living with this chronic illness.
For people living with multiple sclerosis (MS), the ability to completely understand clinical terms is essential to our health.