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Is there a cure for primary-progressive multiple sclerosis?

There is no cure for primary-progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS) or any other form of multiple sclerosis (MS). The cause of the disease has not yet been determined, and without a known cause, it is hard to find a cure. The good news is that PPMS is not life threatening, and exercise along with physical therapy may be able to help you maintain mobility long after a diagnosis.

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