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Will I die from multiple sclerosis?

Charles R. Smith, MD
Neurology
Multiple sclerosis can shorten lifespan by about 10%, explains neurologist Charles Smith, MD. In this video, he discusses how early treatment with disease-modifying drugs may lengthen lifespan.

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