TB Vaccine Has Potential to Prevent MS
An anti-tuberculosis vaccine could prevent multiple sclerosis, early research suggests. The vaccine and a placebo were tested on people experiencing the first signs of MS symptoms (numbness, vision difficulties, and problems with balance). The experiment only tested 40 patients, but after five years, 30% of those who received the placebo had not developed MS, compared with 58% of those vaccinated.
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