Vittorio Martinelli.

Dr. Vittorio Martinelli, a neurologist from San Raffaele Hospital in Milan, Italy, and his team examined the medical records of 107 patients who were diagnosed with CIS. The researchers found that 21 percent of the study participants developed MS within 1 year percent of the disease percent of the disease within two years, and 44 percent developed in about five years. Low vitamin D levels increase the risk of developing MS, the researchers say.

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