InforMS: Summer 2022

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Growing Older with MS

Growing older with a chronic disease is a fairly common experience, with many older adults living long and relatively healthy lives with a wide variety of conditions that can make...

How MS Can Change Over a Patient’s Lifetime

In the past, MS was commonly divided into four separate forms or “types” of the disease. Today we think of MS as one distinct disease, with different symptoms from person...

Is it MS or am I Just Getting Older?

It can be difficult as you age to determine whether a new medical issue is related to your MS, or just a routine part of your body getting older. It’s...

MS Center Services for Older Adults

The Rocky Mountain MS Center provides a number of educational and support services at low or no cost to our MS community, including the following which may be of particular...

Results of the DISCO-MS Study

An Interview with Dr. John Corboy, Medical Director of the Rocky Mountain MS Center The DISCO-MS trial — short for “discontinuing” MS medications — looked at the question “Can we...

Comorbidities in MS

Comorbidities are the various other conditions people may be living with, in addition to their MS. Many comorbidities can complicate your life with MS, and some may even cause MS...

Summary of the DISCO-MS Study Results

MRI Scan Change or Relapse: Over 90% of participants overall (across both groups) did not have new MRI scan changes or relapse. Relapses were especially uncommon. 4 people out of...

DISCO-MS Study: By the Numbers

Inclusion Factors: MS diagnosis by 2010 McDonald criteria, any form of MS 55 years or older, no maximum age No relapse within last 5+ years No new MRI lesion in...

Join the All New MS4MS

2022 Brings New Wesbite, Better Experience, and No Registration Fee! Multiple Summits 4 MS is back for 2022, and better than ever! This year’s do-it-yourself fundraising campaign for the Rocky...