Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a costly disease for society, because it affects young people and has a relentless course with progressive accumulation of physical disability and cognitive deficits. MS is expensive not only because of the high prices of available treatments, but also because of reduced employment/job retention for patients and their caregivers. This is especially true for patients with disease onset during childhood, who usually reach more severe disability at a younger age than those with adult-onset MS.
Introduction to Neurology
Treating those with neurological impairments can seem complex and overwhelming at times. Get to grips with the basics and build strong foundations with the online introduction to neurology course.