Burning Debate: B cells vs. T cells

Burning Debate: B cells vs. T cells

On the Frontlines of Multiple Sclerosis

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Host: Prof. David Wraith B cells have generally been considered to be only peripherally involved in the pathogenesis of multiple sclerosis. More recently, however, drug agents that deplete B cells have been shown to profoundly impact multiple sclerosis, greatly improving outcomes for patients affected by this autoimmune disease. Nonetheless, B-cell involvement in multiple sclerosis, for some, remains controversial....
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Host: Prof. David Wraith B cells have generally been considered to be only peripherally involved in the pathogenesis of multiple sclerosis. More recently, however, drug agents that deplete B cells have been shown to profoundly impact multiple sclerosis, greatly improving outcomes for patients affected by this autoimmune disease. Nonetheless, B-cell involvement in multiple sclerosis, for some, remains controversial....
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