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Increasing prevalence and incidence of multiple sclerosis in South East Wales
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    Re: Increasing prevalence and incidence of multiple sclerosis in South East Wales

    Dear Editor,

    In their recent publication of the updated prevalence and incidence of multiple sclerosis (MS) in South East Wales, Hirst et al. reported a significant increase of the MS prevalence from 101 / 105 to 146 / 105 (definite and probable MS) in the last twenty years (1). Although the rate is signigicantly higher at present and the MS incidence had increased continuously since the first survey, one might...

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