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Multiple Sclerosis is a debilitating disease that the public needs to be more familiar with The main reason for choosing this topic is the availability of the sources and the desire to acquire more knowledge of this condition Multiple Sclerosis is a neurological disorder that has no certain cause unlike heart disease that can be caused by poor diet and exercise Being acquainted with such a rare person that is diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis this mysterious disease provides a lot of information that would otherwise be unknown Having a friend diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis the need for knowing more on this subject is necessary to help her be better accommodated at home or work Multiple Sclerosis is not gender specific more common in women and is a pestilence disease However Multiple Sclerosis does have a preference when it comes to ethnic backgrounds genetics climate and latitude location The backgrounds and races are an interesting twist to this disease According to Multiple Sclerosis MS--What Increases Your Risk WebMD People of Western European ancestry are more likely to develop MS It is uncommon in Native Americans American Indians Eskimos and Africans 1 Multiple Sclerosis is thought to be a genetic disease but that fact is not yet proven however it is hard to figure out why ethnic backgrounds make a difference in the chance of acquiring Multiple Sclerosis There are some unexplained locations that have clusters of multiple sclerosis-diagnosed people without any explanation According to Tanya Hagler interview There are also clusters of MS that no one has found the significance of I belong to one of those clusters There are over 20 I think 25-26 confirmed cases of MS in women from my hometown There are only about 2000 people from Rector 1 According to Charles Clayman MD author of The Human Body Multiple Sclerosis MS is the most common disabling disorder of the nervous system affecting the young one in every 1000 people is affected
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