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Adaptive Technology for Improving Life With MS

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Christopher Bergland

Christopher Bergland

As a retired ultra-endurance triathlete turned medical writer, Chris brings the same passion and commitment to science-based journalism as he did to running, biking, and swimming extraordinary distances. 

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Published on June 15, 2022

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Nicholas R. Metrus, MD

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Nicholas R. Metrus, MD

Nicholas R. Metrus, MD, is board-certified in neurology and neuro-oncology. He currently works at the Glasser Brain Tumor Center with Atlantic Health System in Summit, New Jersey.

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  • Adaptive Technology

  • Benefits

  • Accessibility

  • Frequently Asked Questions

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic autoimmune disease that gradually destroys the myelin sheath which insulates nerve fibers within the central nervous system. When myelin is damaged or destroyed by [...]

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