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Non-invasive imaging of the eye can track MS progression
National MS Society eNews
January 2016
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Imaging the Eye with OCT

OCT Imaging of the Eye Provides Window to MS Progression

A study has confirmed that optical coherence tomography (OCT) provides an accurate look at MS activity in the brain. This relatively inexpensive and non-invasive imaging of the eye can also help track the effects of therapies.
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Society Calls for Improvements to Marketplace Health Insurance

The Society endorsed several of federal regulators’ proposed new and refined rules for the administration of federal marketplace health plans.

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Jennifer, diagnosed in 2000

Recognizing a Relapse

If you’re experiencing a new, recurrent or worsening neurologic symptom for a period longer than 24-48 hours, you may be having a relapse. It’s important to seek out treatment instead of ignoring symptoms and hoping they vanish.

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David, diagnosed in 1998
Thriving This Season

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This communication is partially sponsored through the generous support of Biogen; Sanofi Genzyme; Mylan Inc.; Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation.
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