Q&A With Colleen Harris From the University of Calgary MS Clinic: Team Approach Benefits Multiple Sclerosis Patients in Relapse

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One of the scariest things a patient with multiple sclerosis can experience is a relapse of their symptoms, particularly after a period of calm. How they are treated can determine their quality of life going forward.

One of the scariest things a patient with multiple sclerosis can experience is a relapse of their symptoms, particularly after a period of stability. How they are treated can determine their quality of life going forward.

Colleen Harris, MN, NP, MSCN discussed the key parts of this team approach during the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers in Indianapolis. Harris also discussed the importance of recognizing what is a true relapse of the condition and how it is different from a "pseudo relapse.

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