Two kinds of multiple sclerosis, two different responses to beta-interferon, study shows

Monday, March 29, 2010 - 06:28 in Health & Medicine

( -- There may be two distinct versions of multiple sclerosis, a study in both animal models and human blood samples suggests. What`s more, a patient`s responsiveness to the most popular first-line drug for this episodic and all-too-often recurring autoimmune condition seems to depend on which version that patient has.

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