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Gene Differences May Alter Susceptibility To Multiple Sclerosis

A tiny difference in a gene may signal that a person is twice as susceptible to multiple sclerosis (MS) as normal. It could also foretell of a more rapidly progressing form of the disease, according to new research at The Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health.

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December 21, 2003 in research | Permalink