Kids Get MS Too: A guide for parents of a child or teen with MS
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MS is most often diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50, but, it is also diagnosed in children and older adults. If your child has been diagnosed with MS you may have a lot of questions. This guide will help provide information to make you feel confident in helping your child manage their MS. You can also visit the pediatric MS page on the National MS Society website to read more.
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We're very grateful to the MS Society of Canada for uploading this resource. If you have any questions or feedback on it, please contact the MS Society of Canada.