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My daughter has a friend who has been recently had an MRI after having continued migraine headaches. She was diagnosed with remitting recurring type of MS and will be treated right away with interferon (she is insistent it doesn’t go by any other name). I have had PPMS since 2003. I also am a nurse and am well read on MS. I have never heard of Remitting Recurring MS. Can you help me? Does she have the name wrong?
Thank you for your comment. There are several types of MS classified throughout the research. The most common types include Relapsing Remitting, Secondary-Progressive, Primary-Progressive, and Progressive-Relapsing MS. Other types of MS exist as well, though not as common as the previously mentioned forms. At this time, there is no type categorized as Remitting Recurring MS. It is possible that the name was perceived incorrectly. For more information on the types of MS, visit the MSAA website at http://mymsaa.org/about-ms/overview/#TypesofMS. You can also contact the MSAA Client Services team for additional information by emailing MSquestions@mymsaa.org, or call our Helpline at 1-800-532-7667 x 154.
My neuron told me to come here to talk with someone about wanting to stop using tysabri in a live conversation. I cant seem to find the place. Please let me know what I’m doing wrong.
Thank you for your comment. To speak with someone fromt he MSAA helpline please call 1-800-532-7667 x 154 to connect with a Client Services Consultant.
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