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Younger Age, Earlier Disease Onset Predict Benign MS Course

06:57 EST 8 Nov 2019 | Medscape

A benign course of multiple sclerosis is rare, but a 5-year study shows younger patient age, earlier disease onset, female gender, and other factors may predict which MS cases will be benign.
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