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MS is a chronic disease that affects the central nervous system (CNS) and causes different symptoms that range in severity from one person to another.
The causes are not known and is still under research and investigation. We understand, however, that it has an autoimmune element. It works by attacking the nerve cells and the myelin sheath (that acts like a cover, protecting the raw nerve) in the CNS. This attack causes an inflammation of the myelin sheath, thusly disrupting the neural signals between different parts of the CNS.
*|| Relapsing-remitting MS (the most common)
*|| Secondary progressive MS
*|| Primary progressive MS
*|| Total global population of people with MS is 2.3 million.
*|| Women are more likely to get MS and outweigh men 3:1 and mostly affects young adults starting from age 20 to 50 years old.
In the past years, there have been a lot of efforts from researchers around the world to better understand this disease. With current research, understanding the disease and what we know about it today has changed drastically since researchers’ initial efforts.
*|| MRI machines have helped in diagnosing the disease in its early stages, which give providers the upper hand to create a treatment plan which stops the disease from advancing and being susceptible to its difficult symptoms.
*|| According to the American Food and Drug Administration (FDA) there are ten different kinds of treatment for patients which have not existed in the past.
*|| Continuous research on the causes of MS to reduce its wide spread and even control the disease and its very early stages.
*|| Research has helped us in improving the quality of life for patients by understanding the symptoms that come with MS and the path of treatment and control over the disease.
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