There’s no denying the terrifying truths of the disease named as Multiple Sclerosis or MS.
And for the ones living with this disease, life is a bit different for them.
Over 2.3 million people globally have been affected by this disease. Understanding the condition of people living with it is not possible. However, just to give a close glimpse of what it might look like, here’s some information.
It’s a disease attacking the protective covering of the central nervous system, myelin. This results in certain communication problems between the brain and other organs. It’s never contagious and apparently, there’s no proper cure, only until now!
The recent report indicates that this terrible disease abbreviated as and called MS will apparently have a cure. This disease affects the brain and spinal cord’s nerve cells. It comes with multiple physical as well as mental symptoms.
Some of them are blindness, double vision, muscle issues, psychological issues, and more.According to reports, some cases suggest that this disease can be fatal. Nevertheless, medications exist for treating it.
As more than 2.3 million patients are already infected with this particular disease, discovering a cure would be a wonder. At least, this is what Dr. Metcalfe thinks.
The doctor thinks that this attack on the patient’s nerve cells might be halted. And this is all because of the new and most recent medical development which has been invented by the company named as LIFNano (as per reports suggest).
According to the reports suggested by sources, the survey suggests that the medical breakthrough of Metcalfe’s sounds promising to provide hope for the cure of this disease permanently.
The reported date for this potential and permanent cure has been set for 2020. However, the date might extend a bit.
So, as of now, the patients can their families can expect this permanent cure to come by the year 2002. For more news on this front, one can keep watching this space.
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