Multiple Sclerosis is the most widespread disabling neurological condition of young adults around the world and with that it is important to note that there is currently no cure.
Although the disease is not fatal the quality of life for people diagnosed is difficult with episodes of relapse and remission and a wide variety of symptoms anywhere from loss of bladder control to cognitive setbacks like memory loss. The hardest part about MS is that it is a “silent disease” so the general public is not as aware of it as it should be.
Today there are only 15 disease-modifying medications approved by the FDA and those do not reach all of the symptoms people diagnosed with MS have.
MS is the most widespread disabling neurological condition of young adults around the world.
400K Americans Live with MS / 200 New cases diagnosed weekly
Annual treatment can cost $70,000+