Is Multiple Sclerosis Hereditary? 5 Factors That Matter

July 1, 2024
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This article discusses the key factors that influence the risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS). It explains that while MS is not directly passed down from parents to children, having a close relative with the disease increases one’s risk. The article highlights five important factors: family history, genetic risk factors, environmental influences, vitamin D levels, and cases of MS in extended family members. These elements help to understand how genetic and environmental factors contribute to MS. For more details, read the full article below.