No specifictest todetermine ifyou have itRelapsing-RemittingMSmorecommonin womenJean-MartinCharcotinterferes withcommunicationbetween brainand bodyBenignSecondary-ProgressiveMSoccurs inyoungadultsaffectsnervecells inbrain200peoplediagnosedeach weekSwankDietMalignantMSAnnRomneydiagnosedonly 90-95% ofthe timeTreatmentonly helpstreatattacksMontelWilliamseats away theprotectivesheath thatcovers nervesaffectsbrain andspinalcordimmunesystemdiseaseNocureabout400,000peoplehave MSJackOsbourneweakness,tingling,numbness,blurred visionGenetics,theenvironment,and virusesNo specifictest todetermine ifyou have itRelapsing-RemittingMSmorecommonin womenJean-MartinCharcotinterferes withcommunicationbetween brainand bodyBenignSecondary-ProgressiveMSoccurs inyoungadultsaffectsnervecells inbrain200peoplediagnosedeach weekSwankDietMalignantMSAnnRomneydiagnosedonly 90-95% ofthe timeTreatmentonly helpstreatattacksMontelWilliamseats away theprotectivesheath thatcovers nervesaffectsbrain andspinalcordimmunesystemdiseaseNocureabout400,000peoplehave MSJackOsbourneweakness,tingling,numbness,blurred visionGenetics,theenvironment,and viruses

Mulitiple Sclerosis - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. No specific test to determine if you have it
  2. Relapsing- Remitting MS
  3. more common in women
  4. Jean-Martin Charcot
  5. interferes with communication between brain and body
  6. Benign
  7. Secondary-Progressive MS
  8. occurs in young adults
  9. affects nerve cells in brain
  10. 200 people diagnosed each week
  11. Swank Diet
  12. Malignant MS
  13. Ann Romney
  14. diagnosed only 90-95% of the time
  15. Treatment only helps treat attacks
  16. Montel Williams
  17. eats away the protective sheath that covers nerves
  18. affects brain and spinal cord
  19. immune system disease
  20. No cure
  21. about 400,000 people have MS
  22. Jack Osbourne
  23. weakness, tingling, numbness, blurred vision
  24. Genetics, the environment, and viruses