Younger Age, DMT Use at Early Relapse May Lessen Later Disability

Younger Age, DMT Use at Early Relapse May Lessen Later Disability

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Younger Age, DMT Use at Early Relapse May Lessen Later Disability

People with  multiple sclerosis (MS) who are using a disease-modifying therapy — and are at a younger age — when they have a relapse within the first three years of their disease course are more likely to recover completely, lowering their risk of long-term, 10-year disability, a study suggests. Complete recovery may also be more likely in these patients if they have no bowel, bladder, or cognitive symptoms. The study, “Relapse recovery in Multiple Sclerosis: Effect of Treatment…

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