The Epstein-Barr virus may increase the risk of multiple sclerosis, “Science” says

As part of the study, the researchers looked at 123 people who did not have MS or EBV when their blood samples were first taken. They divided them into two groups. The first group, 33 MS patients, contained 32 EBV-positive cases. The second, control group of 90 people without MS included only 51 cases of EBV.

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