Optic Neuritis in Multiple Sclerosis

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“Optic neuritis is one of the symptoms of which those of us who live with multiple sclerosis on a daily basis know can set us apart from others.”

In this video by the National MS Society, watch how “People living with multiple sclerosis share their experiences with optic neuritis, and neuro-opthamologist Tariq Bhatti, MD from Duke University Medicine discusses management and treatment options.”

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