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What is progressive-relapsing MS (multiple sclerosis)?

Progressive-relapsing multiple sclerosis is the rarest form of the disease. If you have this form, it means the disease is constantly progressing in your body. You may also experience a sudden loss of some neurological functioning over time. While it is possible you will recover from these attacks, the disease will not stop progressing.

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