Multiple Sclerosis (MS) FAQs Topic Guide

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Quick Facts Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Quick Facts: Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic nerve disease in which the body's own immune system attacks the myelin sheath insulating the nerve fibers and the nerves themselves, interrupting the electro-chemical current between the brain and body parts. This causes symptoms like incontinence, fatigue, incoordination, mood swings, numbness, and a host of other debilitating problems. MS can be treated, but not cured.

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