by Movies on my Mind
The progressive nature of multiple sclerosis is a hard thing to get your head around, especially if you’re the type of MS’er for whom symptoms come and go.
The truth is that half of all MS relapses may leave some lingering problems, however slight. On average, around 65% of people with relapsing remitting MS will develop secondary progressive MS within 15 years of being diagnosed.
If MS progression is such a common feature of the disease, why haven’t scientists done better in trying to prevent it?
It’s easy to get lost in scientific lingo, therefore, in true Shift.ms style, let’s try and simplify progressive MS in a less stuffy way.
For a moment, let’s pretend that this disease called multiple sclerosis is the British music industry. Read more here.