Thursday, November 10, 2011

Mayo Clinic Researchers Link 2 Genes to M.S. Therapy

Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota have linked 2 genes that could prove pivotal in therapy for treating multiple sclerosis. This differs from many studies that have only looked at which people get m.s. and why we get the disease, rather than an actual treatment. While still in the early phases and so far limited to studies on mice genomes, this is a great start into locating our own genes as humans.

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