MS in children article
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This article explores the study of pediatric MS in detail. In 2002, an international study group on childhood MS was set up to bring together research efforts and promote dialogue between the various people concerned, in particular neurologists, pediatric neurologists and radiologists. Significant progress has been made in the knowledge of childhood MS in recent years, but much remains to be done especially in the field of treatments, few studies specific clinics that have been carried out.
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