Scientists at the Australian National University in Canberra also arrived to this conclusion after studying a number of people ages from 18 to 59 who showed the initial signs of MS, affecting the brain and spinal cord. It was concluded that those individuals who had higher vitamin D levels in their blood were statistically less likely to have early MS.
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