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MS for Dummies

Rosalind Kalb, PhD; Nancy Holland, EdD, RN, MSCN; Barbara Giesser, MD 07/05/2015

The best way to begin this review is to urge you to purchase this valuable and resourceful book if you or someone love has MS.

The “Dummies” books are a popular and familiar format. This is easy, and quite frankly – fun – to read and one that deserves a place on your book shelf with other books you grab to read when you need answers and want to learn.

It is divided into seven parts:

When MS Becomes Part of Your Life
Taking Charge of Your MS
Staying Healthy and Feeling Well
Managing Lifestyle Issues
Creating Your Safety Nets
The Part of Tens (Suggestions in a top-ten format.)
Appendixes
The book travels from the beginning – or diagnosis – through the phases of living with MS. MS For Dummies has resources for you to research further and to learn how to manage your MS.

This is a good read and great resource. It’s not a novel you pick up and read right through – it’s valuable tool in learning ways to cope and take control of your MS.

Every time I pick it up to read, I learn something new or my knowledge is confirmed (which is always fun!)

I highly recommend you have this book at your fingertips. You won’t regret it.

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This review represents the opinions of the writer only. You may have a different opinion when you read this book. Information shared here is not for the diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. For specific information and advice, consult your personal physician.

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