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The huge expansion of information available about MS, not least on the Internet, has put the individual with MS in a position to take increasing responsibility for her or his own care. There is thus a need for a comprehensive, readily accessible guide to the present therapeutic options, which will give the inquirer a balanced guide to the relative effectiveness of individual treatments. This book is designed to do just that. This bestselling title is a unique compendium of the most frequently used treatments for multiple sclerosis, an authoritative reference for all physicians, and a factual guide for patients who need information about therapies. This new edition has been extensively revised both in content and format from previous editions. Its organization into sections dealing with the treatment of acute exacerbations, disease-modifying therapies, symptom management, and alternative therapies makes the book much more accessible to the reader. The title has been changed from "Therapeutic Claims in Multiple Sclerosis" to reflect the major restructuring of this edition and to better describe the range and focus of the content.
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Chris H. Polman is professor of neurology at the VU Medical Center, Amsterdam.
Alan J.Thompson is professor of neurology and neurorehabilitation at Queen Square Hospital, London.
T. Jock Murray is professor of neurology at Dalhousie University, Canada
W. Ian McDonald is professor emeritus of neurology at Queen Square Hospital, London. All are physicians who specialize in the management of multiple sclerosis.Review:
"This book is a welcome addition to the multiple sclerosis literature. It is regularly updated and is reasonably comprehensive..." -- Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry
...provides physicians and patients alike with an important reference. -- Bookwatch, review of previous edition
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Book Description Demos Health, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1888799544