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Children present with the same types of symptoms as adults, including possible cognitive dysfunction that may affect school performance. Common symptoms include: vision changes, weakness of limbs, numbness of limbs. Symptoms should be present more than 24 hours. If you have concerns about your child, they should be evaluated by a pediatric neurologist or an MS specialist.
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(631) 444-8096

Donations are welcome ˝ You can make a donation to the Center, for research, or to sponsor a youngster at camp.

Donations can be made by check or credit card. Mail your gift to:
National Pediatric MS Center at Stony Brook
Dept. of Neurology T12 020
Stony Brook, New York 11794.

For credit card gifts, or for further information, please contact Jo Biederman at 631-444-8096 or fill out the form below.

Volunteers are needed to help with event planning and execution, as well as mailings. If you are interested, please contact Jo Biederman at 631-444-8096 or fill out the form below.





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