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In relapsing remitting MS, people have distinct attacks of symptoms which then fade away either partially or completely. Around 85% of people with MS are diagnosed with this type.
Secondary progressive MS is a stage of MS which comes after relapsing remitting MS for many people. With this type of MS your disability gets steadily worse. Find out more about what changes might happen.
Research Network member Ronnie Green spoke with neurologist Professor Raj Kapoor to find out about the work of the Progressive MS Alliance.
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