Tulsa World: Tests show MS patients have greater incidence of narrowed extracranial veins

Release Date: May 1, 2010

The Dear Pharmacist column in Tulsa World looks at "The Liberation Treatment" for multiple sclerosis and reports that researchers at UB found that people with MS have about 2 ½ times higher incidence of a narrowing of the veins leading to the brain, which some scientists believe may be a cause of the disease.

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