By Edward E. Gordon, M.D. Price, not given. National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 270 Park Ave., New York 17, N. Y., 1952.
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In a disease as relentlessly progressive and disheartening for both the patient and the doctor as multiple sclerosis any organized program of action will be welcome. These five pamphlets are based on the experience of experts and certainly represent an advance in procedure over the haphazard measures which the doctor who sees only an occasional case is likely to prescribe. It would be wise if the National Multiple Sclerosis Society made these pamphlets readily available for doctors.
Five Pamphlets: 1. A Home Program for Independently Ambulatory Patients. 2. A Home Program for Patients Ambulatory with Aids. 3. A Home Program for Wheel Chair Patients. 4. A Home Program for the Care of Bed Patients. 5. Multiple Sclerosis.. AMA Arch Intern Med. 1953;91(4):576. doi:10.1001/archinte.1953.00240160162016