Abnormal Hormonal Levels Linked to MS

Abnormal hormone levels may play an important role in how multiple sclerosis (MS) develops, according to research by Italian scientists. Hormone levels and brain scans were compared among 36 people without MS and 60 with this crippling disease. Generally, women with MS had lower levels of testosterone throughout their monthly cycle compared to women who did not have the condition (although some women in the MS group had higher levels too). They were also more likely to show signs of...

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