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Patients and families coping with multiple sclerosis (MS) face many challenges. The Multiple Sclerosis Center at Johns Hopkins seeks to provide an accurate diagnosis, quality patient care and an effective treatment plan to help patients manage their condition.

Our team of doctors combines cutting-edge technology and research with a patient-oriented treatment plan in an effort to care for those suffering with MS – and with the goal of ultimately curing this disease.

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For more information, contact the Johns Hopkins Multiple Sclerosis Center at 410-614-1522.


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MS Awareness: Mark Roeder with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and Dr. Peter Calabresi from Johns Hopkins’ MS Center talk research and fund raising events on WBAL-TV.

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Experimental Drug Improves Memory in Mice with Multiple Sclerosis

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Low Vitamin D Levels Linked to More Severe Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms

Learn more about the relationship between multiple sclerosis and transverse myelitis at Project RESTORE.
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