Advancements in multiple sclerosis treatments help Norman woman

Dr. Gabriel Pardo, an Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation doctor, expects to see advancements over the next few years in the treatment options for people with multiple sclerosis.

BY JACLYN COSGROVE Modified: November 11, 2012 at 1:07 am •  Published: November 11, 2012
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Debbie Perkins’ persistent smile makes it hard to gauge how difficult multiple sclerosis makes her life.

She’ll tell you about calling 911 because she was too weak to get up after a fall. But she follows that with a smile and a plug for how nice the Norman firefighters are.

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