Globe and Mail: As few as 56 percent of MS patients had blood vessel problem, study shows

Release Date: March 29, 2010

An article in the Toronto Globe and Mail examines a study by multiple sclerosis researchers that showed a connection between a particular protein that regulates immune function and patient response to medication also looks at the new theory that MS is a vascular condition caused by blocked or malformed veins, and reports that in February, researcher at UB released a study that showed as few as 56 percent of MS patients they looked at had the blood vessel problem thought to cause the disorder.

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