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primeinc.org

Jorge Correale, MD
Jorge Correale, MD Department of Neurology Raul Carrea Institute for Neurological Research Jorge Correale, MD


alaskamscenter.org [cached]

"When MS and infertility coincide, patients seek ART to achieve pregnancy," explains Dr. Jorge Correale with the Raúl Carrea Institute for Neurological Research in Buenos Aires.


alaskamscenter.org [cached]

"When MS and infertility coincide, patients seek ART to achieve pregnancy," explains Dr. Jorge Correale with the Raúl Carrea Institute for Neurological Research in Buenos Aires.


msfocus.org

To further understand the effect of infertility treatment on disease activity, researchers, led by Dr. Jorge Correale, with the Raúl Carrea Institute for Neurological Research in Buenos Aires, analyzed clinical, radiological, and immune response data in 16 MS patients who were subject to 26 ART cycles.
"Our findings indicate a significant increase in MS disease activity following infertility treatment," said Dr. Correale.


www.kaimedical.net [cached]

Study author Dr Jorge Correale, of the Raúl Carrera Institute for Neurological Research in Buenos Aires, Argentina, said 'Leptin promotes inflammatory responses in the body, which could potentially explain the link between obesity and MS.'


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