Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Promising Multiple Sclerosis Drug Could Worsen Disease

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This shows a brain and peopleTEPP-46, a drug developed for the treatment of cancer and showed promise for the treatment of multiple sclerosis, could make MS symptoms worse, a new study reports. The drug appears to redirect inflammation away from the spinal cord and directly into the brain.