How MS Affects Brain Cells

The human brain is made up of around 100 billion neurons. But these are by far not the only cells of the brain, in fact, they only make up only 10 to 50% of all brain cells, depending on who you ask (the exact numbers are still topic of heated discussions and need further research). Find out how neurons and other brain cells can be affected by multiple sclerosis (MS) in the infographic below – then impress the world with your neuroscience know-how on Twitter and Facebook.

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