Nova YorkFor decades, researchers have suspected that people infected with a very common virus, Epstein-Barr, may be more likely to develop multiple sclerosis, a neurological disease that affects one million people in the United States and 50,000 in Spain. A team of researchers has now reported what is considered to be the most compelling evidence of a strong link between the two diseases. The study, published in the journal Science, may further motivate research on therapies and vaccines for multiple sclerosis.
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