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OHSU researchers discover potential new multiple sclerosis treatment in lipoic acid

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Uploaded on Feb 15, 2012

Dr. Dennis Bourdette, Chair of OHSU's Neurology Department led a team that discovered that an inexpensive, readily available antioxidant called lipoic acid shows potential for treating Multiple Sclerosis. Dr. Rebecca Spain now leads the OHSU team in testing lipoic acid in people with MS. Learn about the study and how you can participate by watching this video and then visiting http://bit.ly/z2lcmY. If you would like to donate to support MS research at OHSU visit: http://bit.ly/GOoeRe

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