Multiple Sclerosis

Commonly abbreviated as MS, this long-term disease involves an irregular interaction between the body's immune and central nervous system. Multiple sclerosis occurs when the immune system attacks a protective fatty material that surrounds our nerve fibers. MS can affect the brain, spinal cord, and the optic nerves in our eyes, ultimately causing issues seeing, balancing, controlling one's muscles, and performing basic spatial movements. A cause for this disease currently eludes researchers, and diagnosis can be quite tricky due to symptom overlap with other neurological conditions. Smokers and patients with certain genetic dispositions may be at a higher risk of developing MS. No cure currently exists, but several treatments can effectively manage discomfort and help patients keep moving well.

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