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Summary of Research: What Is the True Impact of Cognitive Impairment for People Living with Multiple Sclerosis? A Commentary of Symposium Discussions at the 2020 European Charcot Foundation.

Neurology and Therapy 2024 Februrary 21
Cognitive symptoms affect disease management and activities of daily living for people living with multiple sclerosis (MS). This summary of research article summarises previously published discussions ('What is the true impact of cognitive impairment for people living with multiple sclerosis? A commentary of symposium discussions at the 2020 European Charcot Foundation') from the 2020 European Charcot Foundation meeting between a patient expert living with MS, a neuropsychologist and a neurologist about the impact of cognitive impairment on people living with MS. These discussions highlighted that cognitive impairment may be under-prioritised in MS care and has a substantial impact on the daily lives of people living with MS. To address this, the panel recommended improved awareness about impaired cognition in MS, improved communication between people living with MS and healthcare professionals, and routine cognition screening. This will help improve management of cognitive symptoms to maximise the quality of life of people living with MS.

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