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Yale Multiple Sclerosis Center and MS Access

Because multiple sclerosis (MS) progresses rapidly, it’s important for patients newly diagnosed with the disease to see a neurologist and begin treatment quickly. MS Access is a program launched by the Yale Multiple Sclerosis Center to provide treatment for multiple sclerosis patients as soon as possible—often within 48 hours. This access to early treatment from our team of expert, fellowship-trained neurologists can be critical in helping to prevent the scarring of brain tissue and permanent brain damage that can occur in patients with MS. In addition, this program gives patients access to promising new therapies or medications that may not be available to the general public.

The Yale Multiple Sclerosis Center is a state-of-the-art facility. Our advanced MRI scanners, clinical laboratories and infusion centers give our patients a one-stop shop for all their MS-related medical care. In addition, our MS specialists take the time to listen to your concerns and determine the best treatment option for you.

If you have recently been diagnosed with MS or suspect you might have the condition, ask your physician to refer you to MS Access at the Yale Multiple Sclerosis Center. For all appointments or referrals, call 203-287-6100.

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Multiple Sclerosis Center

6 Devine Street

Ste Suite 2B

North Haven, CT 06473

203-287-6100

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260 Long Ridge Road

260 Long Ridge Road

Stamford, CT 06902

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