Q&A With Deborah Miller From Cleveland Clinic: Measuring Quality of Life Issues In Patients With Multiple Sclerosis

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There are many factors that patients diagnosed with multiple sclerosis need to consider when managing their condition. While the physical symptoms can be the highest priority, quality of life is an area which is gaining greater recognition in the field.

There are many factors that patients diagnosed with multiple sclerosis need to consider when managing their condition. While the physical symptoms can be the highest priority, quality of life is an area which is gaining greater recognition in the field.

Deborah Miller, PhD, from the Cleveland Clinic discussed a new tool to gauge this area of treatment during the annual ECTRIMS congress in Barcelona.

When doctors are looking to help their patients manage their quality of life after a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis there are several tools they can use in this process. A new option looks to broaden the picture to include more quality of life issues for patients with various neurological conditions.

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