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     John Connor 

    This a report based on The Multiple Sclerosis In America 2019 survey.

    Turns out that: ‘Multiple sclerosis (MS), like many other autoimmune conditions, is much more common in women than in men. However, many men live with MS, and they tend to experience a more aggressive disease course compared to women. We wanted to dig into the results of our MS In America 2019 survey to see other differences between how men and women experience life with MS. 4,965 women with MS completed the survey along with 939 men with MS’.

    It’s a well put together page of info – well worth you giving it a glance.

    Typical that us men have to have MS that’s more aggressive! I’d rather it was more laid-back – why can’t we just all get along?

    Give it a read, Any thoughts?

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