As the coronavirus that causes the COVID-19 disease spreads around the world, people with multiple sclerosis are asking questions specifically related to our illness and our medications. These FAQs answer many of those questions.
The recent outbreak of a novel coronavirus (nCoV) strain or variant, called COVID-19, has put nations and health organizations around the world on high alert.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) patients could be at a higher risk of acquiring an nCoV infection if they are on immunomodulatory therapy.
Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQs) about this coronavirus and MS, and what to do to prevent infection.
Click here to read all of the FAQs.
You can also find information and comments about this in the Multiple Sclerosis News Today Forums.
Can diet affect the course of your MS? Some swear by various diets to treat MS and believe they can replace disease-modifying therapies. Others believe that diets alone cannot slow or halt the progress of MS. I fall into the latter category. Here’s a good overview of what studies show about how diets impact MS risk and progression.
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