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    No link between vaccination and risk of MS

    21 October 2014

    This new study found no long term association between any vaccines, including hepatitis B and HPV (human papillomavirus), and an increased risk of developing MS, for up to three years following vaccination. Read more…

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    Seasonal effect on relapses

    21 October 2014

    Australian research that studied data on 9,811 people from 55 countries found that there were more relapses in the spring and there was also found that prevalence of MS increases with distance from the equator. The paper suggests an association with vitamin D and exposure to ultraviolet light from sunshine.
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  1. Small sample dishes

    Seasonal effect on relapses

    21 October 2014

    Australian research that studied data on 9,811 people from 55 countries found that there were more relapses in the spring and there was also found that prevalence of MS increases with distance from the equator. The paper suggests an association with vitamin D and exposure to ultraviolet light from sunshine.
    Read more…

  1. MS Trust news board

    No link between vaccination and risk of MS

    21 October 2014

    This new study found no long term association between any vaccines, including hepatitis B and HPV (human papillomavirus), and an increased risk of developing MS, for up to three years following vaccination. Read more…