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Working With Care Teams to Manage Your Multiple Sclerosis

Welcome!
This activity has been developed to help people better understand multiple sclerosis (MS). The information on the following pages describes:

  • MS types and treatment options
  • The importance of working with a care team to make treatment decisions
  • Tips for staying informed about MS

This activity also includes survey questions. Your responses to these survey questions will provide us with important information about your experiences with MS treatment and your care team, which will help us develop future educational initiatives for doctors to improve MS care. Use the arrows/buttons at the bottom of the pages to move through the activity.

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1. Which of the following statements best applies to you? *This question is required.
2. What is the highest degree you have received or the highest level of school you have completed? *This question is required.
2. Which MS subtype do you have? *This question is required.
2. Please read the choices listed below and choose the one that best describes your daily activities and ability to walk. You might not find a description that reflects your condition exactly, but please mark the category that fits best. *This question is required.
2. What is the highest degree you have received or the highest level of school you have completed? *This question is required.
2. Which MS subtype does the person you care for have? *This question is required.
2. Please read the choices listed below and choose the one that best describes the daily activities and ability to walk of the person you care for. You might not find a description that reflects their condition exactly, but please mark the category that fits best. *This question is required.
Continue on to learn more about multiple sclerosis.