More than 100,000 people in the UK have multiple sclerosis (MS) but despite this number very few people know about this disease and how it can affect every aspect of a person’s life. One of the confusing things about multiple sclerosis is that it affects each individual differently; this is because it can cause damage to any nerve cell in any part of the body. In the following section, specialist Dr Peter Saul explains what multiple sclerosis is.
What is Multiple Sclerosis? MS, is an unpredictable and debilitating disease, damaging the protective layer around the nerve cells anywhere within the nervous system. In the following video, Specialist, Dr Peter Saul, sheds light on MS, the possible symptoms, and how to live with it.
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