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5221 Truthdigger of the Week: Daniel Ellsberg 09/01/2012 14:12:27
5222 More Education May Mean More Food Allergies 09/01/2012 14:13:59
5223 Many teen girls mistakenly think HPV vaccines cut risk for all STDs 09/01/2012 14:15:48
5224 UK General Medical Council blasted for private health insurance spending 09/01/2012 14:18:26
5225 Senator warns FDA on danger of newest painkillers 09/01/2012 14:19:53
5226 Parents sue Pfizer over birth defects allegedly caused by Zoloft 09/01/2012 14:21:03
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Common virus may trigger Multiple Sclerosis
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One Click Note: Multiple Sclerosis was previously reported and treated as Hysterical Paralysis by the psych brigade gravy train for many a lucrative year thus causing immense damage to sufferers.

10 January 2012

Common virus may trigger MS nerve damage


Epstein-Barr virus could damage brain cells, causing the symptoms of multiple sclerosis

FOR the first time we have an answer to what Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) may be doing in the brains of people with multiple sclerosis. RNA from the virus could be triggering the inflammation of nerve tissue characteristic of the disease.

EBV is present in almost all people with MS, and having glandular fever, caused by the virus, is known to increase the risk of developing MS.

To investigate further, Ute-Christiane Meier at Queen Mary University of London and her colleagues performed a post-mortem analysis of the brains of people with and without MS. They detected EBV in damaged areas of the MS brains. Antibody tests showed that the virus hadn't been actively spreading, but it had released small RNA molecules into nearby areas. Further studies showed this RNA could activate the immune system, triggering inflammation, which could damage nerve cells and cause the symptoms of MS (Neurology, DOI: 10.1212/wnl.0b013e31823ed057).

"If we can pinpoint EBV as a trigger, it's possible that we could potentially prevent the condition by treating the virus," says Meier.

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* Association of innate immune activation with latent Epstein-Barr virus Inactlve MS lesions
J.S. Tzartos, G. Khan, A. Vossenkamper et al, Neurology
 

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