4 Possible Causes of Multiple Sclerosis


The myelin which surrounds nerve fibers in the CNS is attacked in multiple sclerosis patients and scientists haven’t been able to ascertain which immune cells are responsible. Work continues in trying to determine why and how this happens and if it can be prevented, stopped or slowed down.

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One comment

  1. Anita Potter says:

    I was born with Pyloric Stenosis, only second female to be operated on in UK 1943. I was diagnosed with Scleroderma in 1995, my son born 1965 was diagnosed with MS in 1996. Could there be an overlap of all 3 conditions, son was first born.

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