FAQ - Does MS always cause paralysis? FAQ: Does MS always cause paralysis?

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Does MS always cause paralysis? 

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No. Moreover, the majority of people with MS do not become severely disabled. Two-thirds of people who have MS remain able to walk, though many will need an aid, such as a cane or crutches, and some will use a scooter or wheelchair because of fatigue, weakness, balance problems, or to assist with conserving energy.

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Created at 10/8/2007 10:05 PM  by SPHINX\Administrator 
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