Adherence in Early Stages of Disease ~
TORONTO – Sept. 11, 2008 – According to a recent North American survey, almost all (97 per cent) people living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) are committed to controlling their lifelong condition by any means necessary.1 Nonetheless, they are faced with significant barriers that may prevent them from adhering to a treatment regimen. For example, the majority of patients (56 per cent) stated at least one barrier about injections that makes them uncomfortable; most often cited was the length of a needle (33 per cent), followed by the thickness (31 per cent).1 In addition, anxiety was the most common negative emotion around injections (61 per cent). Leaving comments is a great way to get others involved with the topic. Please feel free to leave your comment(s) for any of the postings found on this blog.