Cognitive impairment (CI) is not a given for every person living with multiple sclerosis (MS).
All articles by Anita Williams, MS Contributor
For persons living with multiple sclerosis (MS), daily life consists of a host of challenges, and cognitive impairment (CI) is the primary one among them.
The definition of multiple sclerosis (MS) itself describes one of the challenges of this chronic illness.
A good relationship between persons living with multiple sclerosis (MS) and their healthcare providers (HCPs) leads to better health outcomes.
People living with MS are used to being told unfavorable healthcare news. From the time of diagnosis, we are prepared for bad test results to appear.
For persons living with a chronic illness, such as multiple sclerosis (MS), the relationship with a primary physician is only one of many.
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.