The University of Washington’s Multiple Sclerosis Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (MSRRTC) has developed a number of factsheets to help people live well with MS.

These factsheets are reviewed by experts, including people living with MS, to make sure they are up-to-date, evidence-based, and easy to ready. “Evidence-based” means that it’s using the current best knowledge available. Please note, this information is not meant to replace advice from a medical professional. You should consult your health care provider regarding specific medical concerns or treatments.

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The MS Workbook: Living Fully with Multiple Sclerosis

The MS Workbook: Living Fully with MS by Robert T. Fraser, PhD, George H. Kraft, MD, MS, Dawn Ehde, PhD, and Kurt Johnson, PhD, is a comprehensive guide to help you manage fatigue and weakness, cope with pain, get the most out of your health care system, combat anxiety and depression, optimize your activity level, create a career and financial plan, maintain intimacy with your partner, and gain support from family, friends, and your community. The MS Workbook is available on Amazon or as a PDF on our website.

The MSRRTC was funded by the U.S. Department of Education, National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research under cooperative agreement H133B080025, from 2008-2013. The information developed by the MSRRTC does not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government (Edgar, 75.620 (b)).