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This guide is for family, partners or friends caring for someone who has advanced MS.
Advanced MS often mean the individual is very restricted in how much they can move around, and they might be very reliant on others for daily care. They may also experience a number of MS symptoms at the same time.
Supporting someone with MS is an incredibly valuable thing to do, but it can have a significant impact on you and your family. The UK MS society spoke to carers of people with advanced MS and this booklet shares their experiences and all they have learnt.
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