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Ask the Doctor: Multiple Sclerosis

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1 in 750 people are affected by multiple sclerosis, and that number jumps to 1 in 40 when a close family member has it.

We're talking about MS in tonight's Ask the Doctor segment with Dr. Jonathan Spivack. He's a neurologist with Renown's Institute for Neurosciences.

To speak with him tonight dial 775-858-2222 between 5-PM-6PM.  

For future questions, call the Institute at 775-982-2970 or go online at http://www.renown.org/neuro




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