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Multiple Sclerosis

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Multiple Sclerosis

Publisher: Royal College of Physicians
ISBN/ASIN: 1860161820
ISBN-13: 9781860161827
Number of pages: 213

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Many people with MS may need to make extensive use of health services and social services. Consequently, the aim of this guideline is to ensure that people with MS benefit from a coherent and consistent response from services, to minimize their problems as far as can be achieved.

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