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Study Finds Biological Signs That Increasing Speed of Nerve Signals Reflects Myelin Repair - May Improve MS Clinical Trials
December 19, 2019
NEW YORK, Dec. 19 -- The National Multiple Sclerosis Society issued the following news:

Researchers funded in part by the National MS Society have found biological evidence that the recovery of nerve signaling speed along the optic nerve after its insulating myelin coating has been damaged - detected using a method called visual evoked potentials (VEP) - may reflect myelin repair. This affirms the potential value of VEP in future clinical trials of myelin repair strategies for MS. T . . .

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