An international team of scientists based at Queen’s University Belfast has discovered a potential way to repair the nerve damage responsible for multiple sclerosis.
Researchers say the “landmark discovery” could lead to the first treatments that reverse the course of MS and other debilitating neurological disorders.
“Current therapies can limit or stop relapses in MS patients but they cannot repair the damage,” said Yvonne Dombrowski of Queen’s. “Our approach could repair damage as well as reducing attacks.”
The study, published in Nature…
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