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Multiple sclerosis originates in different part of brain than long believed

There is important new physical evidence that most research on the origins of multiple sclerosis has focused on the wrong part of the brain. Until now, most investigation has focused on the brain's white matter, where degradation of myelin that coats nerves occurs. But advanced analysis points to gray matter as a critical initial target as MS develops.
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