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The MS Workbook: Living Fully with Multiple Sclerosis Paperback – February 1, 2006
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This incredibly valuable workbook can help people with MS better understand and cope with their disease. It's an easy-to-follow guide to a better quality of life that includes clear illustrations, checklists, and quizzes devoid of confusing medical lingo. A must-have for patients, it focuses on the challenges (and opportunities) of dealing with MS.
—Jack Burks, MD, vice president and chief medical officer of the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America
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Diane C. Donovan
I also like the worksheets that are spread throughout the book. Some deal with coping with the disease, questions to ask your neurologist, insurance issues as well as many more topics. These are a great addition and will help anyone who feels overwhelmed with their diagnosis.
I reccomend this book to anyone who has the disease and needs some help dealing with it. I actually wish they would give a copy of this when you are diagnosed. It is that good.
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Well organized, but mostly for people with RRMS. I have PPMS, so not as useful for me.Published 3 months ago by Julia LeBoeuf
good information I didn't know but should have test and information that will come in handy. I was blow away by some parts of the book it is a work book so you do most of the work. Read morePublished on November 19, 2013 by Patricia Hammond
Good info for people with MS. And Dr. Kraft is very knowledgable. Good book. Easy book to read and understand.Published on May 30, 2013 by Rachael C
Handy, simplistic, good as a starter planner book. There are better books out there. "Multiple Sclerosis for Dummies", etc.. I'll be passing this one on to the public library.Published on February 18, 2009 by Dorothyanne Brown