Multiple Sclerosis (MS): Review of the Literature and Personal Therapeutic Experience


  • Ahed J Alkhatib Department of Legal Medicine, Toxicology and Forensic Medicine, Jordan University of Science & Technology, Jordan; International Mariinskaya Academy, department of medicine and critical care, department of philosophy, Academician secretary of Department of Sociology; Cypress International Institute University, Texas, USA.


Multiple sclerosis, Chronic, Progressive, Immune system, Environmental factors.


Multiple sclerosis, sometimes known as MS, is a disease that affects the central nervous system (CNS) and is both chronic and progressive. It affects around 2.5 million people all over the world. The primary purpose of this research was to conduct a current literature review on MS. Several aspects of MS, including our experience with treatment for this disease, have been covered here. MS can be caused by a combination of genetic, environmental, and immune system factors. A timely diagnosis and treatment can slow the progression of MS and improve the quality of life. MS can be treated with medication, physical therapy, and alterations to one's way of life. It's possible that psychological treatment can help MS patients' mental health.




How to Cite

Alkhatib, A. J. (2023). Multiple Sclerosis (MS): Review of the Literature and Personal Therapeutic Experience. PSM Biological Research, 8(3), 109–115. Retrieved from



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