CMSC INforMS: Temperament Can Play a Big Role in Quality of Life with MS
Tuesday, July 3, 2018
Posted by: Rachelle Ramirez
Researchers say if a person with multiple sclerosis is irritable or anxious, it can make overcoming the obstacles of their disease much more difficult.
The temperament that people with multiple sclerosis (MS) are born with could affect their quality of life.
That’s the conclusion of a study presented at the Consortium for MS Centers (CMSC), held recently in Nashville, Tennessee.
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