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Multiple Sclerosis (MS) FAQs (cont.)

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The central nervous system.
The central nervous system.
Immune system T cells attack and destroy the myelin sheath, leaving the nerve cell fibers unprotected.
Immune system T cells attack and destroy the myelin sheath, leaving the nerve cell fibers unprotected.

Medically reviewed by Jon Glass, MD; American board of Psychiatry and Neurology

REFERENCES:

1. Adams R, Victor M, Ropper A. Multiple Sclerosis and Allied Demyelinative Diseases. In: Principles of Neurology. 6th ed. NY: McGraw-Hill; 1997:902-927.
2. Dangond F. Multiple Sclerosis: A Prototypical Human Demyelinating Disease. In: Dangond F. Disorders of Myelin in the Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems. Butterworth-Heinemann; 2002:103-138.
3. Dangond F. Repair and Neuroprotective Strategies in MS. In: Olek MJ. Multiple Sclerosis. Etiology, Diagnosis, and New Treatment Strategies. Totowa NJ: Human Press; 2004:193-207.


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