Case Western Reserve scientists discovered that two common topical drugs appear to stimulate the production of oligodendrocytes to myelinate the central nervous system. The results of their investigation, published April 20, 2015 in Nature, give scientists cautious optimism that these drugs might effectively treat this disabling disease. This project was picked up by NIH, BBC and a number of other new sources and science blogs.

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