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When diagnosed with MDS, a person may feel overwhelmed and nervous about the future. That’s where caregivers like you can help. Whether a spouse, family member, or friend, a caregiver plays a major role in supporting someone living with MDS.
One of the most helpful things you can do as a caregiver is to learn about your loved one’s condition. The MDS Education Brochure provides useful information that will help you better understand the condition and what can be expected over time.
Understanding your loved one’s symptoms and how they feel is an important part of being a caregiver. Keep track of your loved one’s symptoms and be ready to talk about them with their healthcare team.