Multiple sclerosis is a chronic debilitating inflammatory disease of the central nervous system that may affect any area of the brain and spinal cord. Damage occurs when the myelin, the sheath that covers the nerves in the brain and spinal cord degenerates. Researchers believe it is an inflammatory process that attacks a substance in the nervous system called myelin. They also believe that Multiple Sclerosis is likely caused by an individual’s unique reaction to infection or that some substance or reaction within the nervous system triggers the body to create antibodies that attack its own tissue. It is possibly due to autoimmunity. Various symptoms include blurred vision, weakness and numbness, and even paralysis or loss of vision. The life expectancy for someone with multiple sclerosis is not quite as long as an otherwise ‘normal’ individual, but it is very nearly the same and the gap is growing increasingly shorter.


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