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There is good evidence linking Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) infection to MS risk, but it is still an area of ongoing work. It is also important to understand how EBV influences MS disease activity, which may impact future MS treatments and prevention strategies. MSIF has published an information statement, summarising the research to date on the relationship between EBV and MS.
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Translation by: Esclerosis Múltiple España, Fondation ARSEP, the Israel MS Society, Polskie Towarzystwo Stwardnienia Rozsianego, Stichting MS Research