Children and Teens Who Developed MS Had Consumed Less Iron in Their Diets, Says New Study Funded by


  • Investigators with the Network of Pediatric MS Centers, established with funding from the National MS Society, studied dietary habits of 312 children and teenagers with MS, along with 456 without MS.
  • This study found an association between low iron intake and pediatric MS, but not other dietary factors. Further study is needed to understand the implications of this finding.
  • This team is about to launch a National MS Society-funded study of how diet affects the course of MS in children and adolescents with established disease.
  • The team (Julia…

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