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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Learn how to recognize MS relapse symptoms

Itʼs a time for change.

As the leaves turn color and the weather gets cooler, itʼs important to remember that as the seasons change so can multiple sclerosis relapse symptoms. We canʼt decide how the shifting seasons may affect how often we experience relapses, but we can be prepared to effectively manage relapses.

Prepare for change.

Learn how to recognize MS relapse symptoms.

There is no blueprint for how seasons may affect MS relapses and Acthar wonʼt prevent potential seasonal effects, but it may help speed your recovery from an MS relapse

Be ready, regardless of the season.

Find out more about how you can manage the various symptoms of an MS relapse.

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–Your Questcor Team

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