August 21, 2017
Some people with relapsing/remitting MS are described as having a benign form of the disease. It is not possible to diagnose someone initially as having this form of MS, as it is only by looking at the disease ten or fifteen years after its onset that the pattern is evident. Benign multiple sclerosis has little impact on daily living. Individuals may experience a number of mild attacks or relapses, but little or no ongoing disability.