MS Patients Who Smoke Show More Brain Atrophy, More Lesions, Than MS Nonsmokers

Tuesday, August 18, 2009 - 09:21 in Health & Medicine

Persons with multiple sclerosis who smoked for a little as six months during their lifetime had more destruction of brain tissue and more brain atrophy than MS patients who never smoked, a study by neuroimaging specialists has shown.

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