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    Researchers have unveiled a new cell death mechanism called pyroptosis — also known as “fiery death” — as a main factor driving neurodegeneration and loss of myelin in people with multiple sclerosis (MS).

    “This could be a game changer, because we discovered a fundamental mechanism by which brain cells are damaged in MS that couples inflammation with neurodegeneration,” Chris Power, neurologist, co-director of the University of Alberta MS Centre in Canada, and study lead author, said in a press release.

    Read more here: Discovery of ‘Fiery’ Cell Death Mechanism May Be MS ‘Game-Changer’

    Would you consider this kind of therapy? Why or why not?

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