Wednesday, September 21, 2011

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MS treatment avenue may expand with brain steroids - Health - CBC News
Multiple sclerosis might be connected to a lack of steroids in the brain, Alberta researchers have found.
MS attacks the brain and spinal cord, causing inflammation and damage that can lead to paralysis and sometimes blindness.
In the September issue of the journal Brain, neurologist Dr. Chris Power of the University of Alberta Hospital in Edmonton and his colleagues describe a new potential avenue for treating MS
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