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5 Ways to Reduce Relapse With RRMS

Medically reviewed in April 2022

Relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis, or RRMS, is the most common form of MS and is characterized by attacks, or relapses, of new and worsening neurological symptoms. Watch this video to learn five ways to reduce your risk of relapse with RRMS.

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