Although many questions about MS remain unanswered, there is much that we do know about the disease. As a service to people affected by MS, the Long Island Chapter has adopted a new program to provide access to experts who can shed light on a wide range of issues, such as managing daily life with MS.
We have collaborated with a select group of neurologists, registered nurses, attorneys, licensed social workers, physical therapists, and wellness instructors to answer your questions.
Email your questions to "Ask the Experts"
- Family Matters
- Living with MS
- MS Lesions
- Pediatric MS
- Clinical Trials
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