(Updated: 17:06 November 30, 2018)
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MOSCOW, Nov. 30 – News from RIA. Taking aspirin can help fight multiple sclerosis, according to Medicalxpress.
Experts at the Faculty of Medicine Jesse Brown Veterans Affairs in the United States conducted a study that analyzed the effect of low drug doses in the pathway of autoimmune encephalitis, multiple sclerosis analogs in mice.
It turned out that aspirin not only alleviates the range of symptoms that accompany this disease, but also prevents its development. Specifically, as a result of the drug, the myelinette of the nerve showed less degradation and the infiltration of T lymphocytes into the spinal cord also decreased.
As scientists point out, further research in this area will allow the use of aspirin in the treatment of patients with multiple sclerosis.