The research team asks whether the intestinal barrier is affected by MS, from left: Mehrnaz Nouri, Bjorn Weström and Shahram Lavasani. Missing in the picture Anders Bredberg.
I found a very interesting article today from Lund University in Sweden:
Damage to the intestinal barrier in multiple sclerosis.
Researchers at Lund University published new research on intestinal barrier’s role in the autoimmune disease multiple sclerosis.
Within the world of medical science no one knows for sure how MS occurs and why the immune system attacks cells in the central nervous system (CNS). Inflammation occurs for unknown reasons allowing nerve impulses to deteriorate. This can cause various physical and mental symptoms, including numbness, motor difficulties, blurred vision, dizziness, and fatigue. (more…)