Rensel stresses that much has been and continues to be done to help manage the disease and slow its progression. This includes the development of new medications that should be available in the next year or so and clinical trials currently underway that focus on the regrowth or repair of nerves.
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Cari from Argentina has had MS for 22 years. She experienced many symptoms including mobility issues and speech problems. In this video Cari talks about how she stays positive and makes the most of everyday.
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