6 Quick Facts About Multiple Sclerosis

There are still a lot of things we may not know about MS. To help you learn more about the disease, here’s six quick facts about multiple sclerosis you should know about, according to Last Second Medicine.



In multiple sclerosis disease, the myelin in the central nervous system (CNS) becomes damaged which causes lesions or plaques. The result is called demyelination. Demyelination happens in the brain and spinal cord.

Read our columnist Ian Franks’ views on remyelination studies here.

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