Four female silhouettes of various ages—young adult, mature adult, middle aged adult, elderly adult—that depict the progression of multiple sclerosis throughout the lifespan.

Multiple sclerosis - Treatment


Potentiating neuronal functional recovery in MS

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is often seen as a myelin disease that can also exhibit axonal loss and consequent loss of communication between neurons, leading to effects like cognitive impairment.1 To combat this, synaptic plasticity is seen as a compensatory mechanism by which communication between neurons can be restored, therefore minimizing the effects of this kind of neuronal damage.

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