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As of 2015, there is no cure for multiple sclerosis, according to Mayo Clinic. However, there are several treatments and therapies available to help manage symptoms, speed up recovery after attacks and modify the course ... More »

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Although there is no cure for multiple sclerosis, medications are used to slow the progression of the disease, treat symptoms and promote faster recovery after an attack. Physical therapy and plasmapheresis are also used... More »

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The National Multiple Sclerosis Society works in several areas, including research, to prevent, treat and cure multiple sclerosis, and it offers outreach to people affected by the disease, according to its website. The s... More »

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Treatment methods for multiple sclerosis include plasma exchange, physical therapy and certain medications such as corticosteroids, as stated by Mayo Clinic. Multiple sclerosis has no cure as of 2015, so treatment method... More »

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