- •Study reports an internet survey for a descriptor of someone with MS.
- •MSer is a preferred new term to describe someone with MS in Lay and other reports.
- •Person/People with MS is also a good and acceptable descriptor.
- •Patient as a descriptor receives little support.
- •Client and suffer should be avoided in both lay and formal scientific reports.
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