June 4, 2004
Boston Cure Project
looked at Chlamydia (Cpn) gene products in the cerebro-spinal fluid
(CSF) of people with MS and compared it with CSF from healthy people and
people with other neurological diseases. They found that 50% of people
with MS seemed to have evidence of Cpn infections vs. around 30% in people
without MS. It isn't clear what this means, but it's certainly a clue!
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