Understanding MS: Moving Ahead at an Unprecedented Rate

At the ACTRIMS/ECTRIMS conference, a definitive answer was heard to one of the lingering questions about MS: is it really an autoimmune disease? Andrew Wilner, MD, offers insights from the floor.

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