New Developments in the Fight Against Multiple Sclerosis

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By Molly Clifton

Problems in a key area of the brain may be associated with multiple sclerosis.

Researchers in Buffalo looked at hundreds of people who had a single neurological attack – such as visual disturbances and muscle weakness.

They found the patients who had deterioration in the part of the brain known as the thalamus were at an increased risk of having a second episode.

The findings may lead to new ways to treat the debilitating neurological disorder.

 



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