“The American health care system is totally inadequate to care for this type of problem,” asserts Kenneth P. Johnson, MD, professor and chairman, department of neurology, University of Maryland School of Medicine. Johnson is referring to multiple sclerosis, which, like other chronic illnesses, requires a health care team approach to treatment. And the team is not just for the professionals. For treatment to be as successful as possible, patients and their families must be included as ...

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