Profiles of Patients' Blood May Indicate Course of Multiple Sclerosis | GenomeWeb

Some patients with multiple sclerosis have a relatively benign course of disease while others experience a more severe disease. "We can't tell the difference when they first present to us," says Philip De Jager, an associate professor at Harvard Medical School. "Clinically, it is impossible to say what course a patient will take. Similarly also for the drugs that we have, they work to some extent, but we can't predict who is going to respond to a given drug."

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