The aetiology, current and potential treatments of multiple sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis is the most common human demyelinating disease of the central nervous system, and the most frequent cause of chronic neurological disability in young adults. Symptoms of the disease usually appear in the 20 ?40 age group, but the most common age of onset is between 31 and 33 years of age, a time when most are in their prime and beginning careers or starting families. Symptoms rarely present before the age of 15, and after the age of 60.
When a person is under attack from MS, an inflammatory response is evoked in the white matter of the central nervous syst…
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