Pregnancy hormone could keep multiple sclerosis at bay

Women taking a form of estrogen had fewer relapses

pregnant woman

POWER OF PREGNANCY  Scientists suspect that a hormone that peaks late in pregnancy may stave off multiple sclerosis flare-ups. 


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