Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis and MS Therapies

Multiple sclerosis is a progressive disease that requires ongoing treatment. Watch neurologist Doug Stuart, MD, from the MS Center of Atlanta, explain how treatment and therapies may help slow the progression of MS.

Medically reviewed in December 2019.

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