Sunday November 19th 2017

Researchers Recruiting African Americans with MS and Family Members Across the U.S. for Genetics Studies – Key to finding cause of MS and better…

Investigators at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) are conducting research exploring the genetic basis of MS in African Americans. The UCSF team is asking for the donation of blood samples from African-American MS patients and also healthy controls without MS. It is not required, but the participation of certain family members is preferred as well.

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Researchers Recruiting African Americans with MS and Family Members Across the U.S. for Genetics Studies – Key to finding cause of MS and better…

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