Could MS Be Hereditary?

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According to a recent study, yes, it can. It seems like some forms of multiple sclerosis are hereditary after all.

Read the whole Ian Franks piece about how researchers reported that they have proven that multiple sclerosis can result from a single genetic mutation on a gene called NR1H3.

Back in April, the National MS Society Invested $25.3M to Support 60 New Research Projects.

Recently, National MS Society used a record $3M gift to expand services and outreach programs to multiple sclerosis patients.

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