What are the advantages/disadvantages of being diagnosed with Clinical Isolated Syndrome (CIS) versus Multiple Sclerosis (MS)?
I received a second opinion from a different neurologist today: CIS. She explained that they had caught my M.S. early. She seemed excited at the opportunity to perhaps find more out about MS through me (my blood). It is, of course, some of the worst news, but what can you do? I was kind of hoping that I would be diagnosed with MS…there is plenty of proof. Thanks.
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