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Pseudobulbar Affect in Multiple Sclerosis

With multiple sclerosis (MS), some people may experience a condition known as pseudobulbar affect — a sudden burst of uncontrollable laughter or crying, often with no triggering event. Pseudobulbar affect is ... Read more

Therapies for Managing Fatigue in MS

Multiple sclerosis (MS) has a wide set of symptoms, which are variable and unpredictable. Fatigue is among the most common symptoms, affecting more than 80 percent of all patients. The causes of ... Read more