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Multiple sclerosis is a disease of unknown origin, diverse effects, and uncertain prognosis. Treatment is primarily symptomatic and can be complicated by overly optimistic reports about improperly tested agents. Given these factors and the disease's erratic course, the primary care physician can provide ongoing medical referral and reliable information over the long term.

Type

Journal article

Journal

Female Patient - OB/GYN Edition

Publication Date

01/01/1995

Volume

20

Pages

31 - 44