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Kessler Foundation researchers link body temperature to relapsing-remitting MS and fatigue

(Kessler Foundation) Kessler Foundation researchers have demonstrated for the first time ever that body temperature is elevated endogenously in relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis and linked to worse fatigue. The article was published ahead of print on Feb. 21, 2014, in Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. (Source: EurekAlert! – Social and Behavioral Science)

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Kessler Foundation researchers link body temperature to relapsing-remitting MS and fatigue

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