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Is there a benign form of MS? I was diagnosed

Is there a benign form of MS? I was diagnosed 18 years ago and have had episodes periodically throghout that have never changed in severity or caused in progression or additional loss of function. After 8 years my neuroIogist said he felt my form was Benign.I do not see benign listed as a form and I was able to see that at the time he told me that. Is that no longer recognised as a form of MS? Thank you, Cody M
Thu, 1 Nov 2018
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