When others think there is no hope.
Aurora BayCare's NeuroCare team thinks differently.
When Angie began to lose her vision in one eye and experience numbness in her hand and foot, it became difficult for her to function, much less continue her work in the interior design field. Fortunately for Angie, relief was close to home at Aurora BayCare Medical Center - Northeastern Wisconsin's only integrated Multiple Sclerosis Clinic. After diagnosing the condition as optic neuritis and discovering she had MS, Angie's neurologist prescribed medications to alleviate current symptoms and slow down any additional symptoms.
This advanced care not only gave her relief, but it gave her a new perspective - MS doesn't have to change your life.
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