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Multiple Sclerosis: The Questions You Have, The Answers You Need, 5th Edition is the definitive guide for everyone concerned with the disease - those who have MS and those who share their lives with someone who has it. It covers a wide range of topics in an accessible question and answer format that allows people to easily find the information they need while providing a model of successful communication with healthcare providers.
The contributors are leading authorities in all areas of multiple sclerosis management, who proffer expert answers to the most common questions about living with MS-medical, emotional, social, and economic - and represents a interdisciplinary approach to the disease. The book's goal is to help those living with MS live the lives they aspire to lead. The chapters cover everything from treatment to emotional, sexual, and employment issues.
The new edition has been thoroughly revised and updated throughout. The book provides the most current information on multiple sclerosis including a review of the controversy surrounding CCVSI, discussion of the first two pills in development for the disease, new information on the drug Tysabri, emotional issues, and the family.
The thoroughly revised and updated fifth edition of the classic Multiple Sclerosis: The Questions You Have, The Answers You Need answers even more of your questions about how to live and thrive with MS.
- What are the current drug therapies for MS?
- What about alternative medicine?
- Should I exercise?
- How common is depression with MS?
|Publisher:||Springer Publishing Company|
|Edition description:||Fifth Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.90(d)|
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I purchased this book 2 days after my diagnosis, it helped me understand my diagnosis, what MS is, treatment options, what might happen to me in the future and much more. I still go to this book 3 years later, rereading sections and reading new sections that didn’t apply when I was first diagnosed.