What Non-Traditional Treatments Show Promise for MS?
U.S. News & World Report

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Conventional medicine has come a long way in the treatment of multiple sclerosis, yet many patients are also using therapies outside the mainstream to help them cope with symptoms of their disease.

In fact, Dr. Melinda Ring, executive director of Chicago’s Northwestern Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, points out that the popularity of non-conventional treatments among MS patients is strong: “Surveys over the past decade show at least 60 percent of the 400,000 MS patients choose some sort of integrative approach along with their standard medications.”

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