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Does depression increase risk of MS progression?



Depression is unlikely to play a role in making disability progression worse in people with multiple sclerosis (MS), a new study published in Scientific Reports has found.

Researchers from Swansea University, University of Cambridge and Queen Mary University of London conducted the UK-wide study to find out if depression and/or anxiety put people with MS at greater risk of disability progression.

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