Monday May 29th 2017

In multiple sclerosis, antibodies detected years before symptoms

Results of a small study suggest it may be possible, by detecting the presence of a blood biomarker, to predict whether a person is going to develop multiple sclerosis long before symptoms of the disease emerge.

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In multiple sclerosis, antibodies detected years before symptoms

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