Multiple Sclerosis Center
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Meet our MS Care Team

When multiple sclerosis took over
Mary-Lynne Blazzard's life, Stanford
helped her take it back.

Read Mary-Lynne's story and watch video »

MS Clinical Research Group

Stanford MS Center

Our mission at the Stanford MS Center is to care for patients with multiple sclerosis and other demyelinating conditions, including transverse myelitis, neuromyelitis optica and NMO spectrum disorders using the patient-centric comprehensive care model, according to our commitment to place the patient first in all areas of their required interdisciplinary care. Using a collaborative decision-making approach, we work with the patient to find a treatment plan that optimizes his or her disease course and wellness. Our MS specialists and researchers also are involved in a number of studies to understand the MS disease course and improve MS disease management. Learn more »

Comprehensive Care Center

Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic disease for which there is no standard treatment or cure. Every patient with MS has a different need and requires a tailored treatment plan.  At the Stanford MS Center, we use a comprehensive care team approach to help customize treatment plans for each patient. Clinics we work with include:

What is MS?

What is MS?Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic neurologic disease that affects the central nervous system. More than 400,000 people in the United States are affected by multiple sclerosis, with 200 new diagnoses each week. Its cause is unknown, although it is speculated that environment, genetics, viruses and immune-mediated processes play a role in developing MS.

For more information on MS, listen to the South Bay Sunday radio interview with Nurse Practitioner Jong-mi Lee.

About the Stanford MS Center

Meet Our Team

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