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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

MS Relapses - Stepping Toward Another Treatment Option


We all welcome the spring bloom as color sweeps over our gardens, but as caretakers of this beauty we must also face the weeds. Weeds tend to change when and where they appear in a garden, much like MS relapse symptoms in your body. Weeds canʼt be avoided, but with knowledge and preparation they may be managed.
Know your weeds, know your tools. Learn more about how to recognize your unique MS relapse symptoms.
Gardeners use the tools at their disposal to deal with all types of weeds. Regardless of the type of weed, a trowel works by getting to the weedʼs roots. Though each MS relapse is unique, Acthar helps you deal with your MS symptoms by addressing them at their roots.
Take charge of your garden. 
Learn how Acthar can help you get back to enjoying the flowers in your life.
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