Men With Multiple Sclerosis Pass Disease To Offspring More Often Than Women

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Multiple Sclerosis Transmission and Men

According to a new study, men transmit multiple sclerosis (MS) to their children 2.2 times more often than women in families where the father or mother and a child have multiple sclerosis.

This study involved an investigation of 444 children of an MS-affected father or mother from 3,598 individuals in 206 families to compare the transmission of

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