Brain scans predict MS, but should patients be told of risk?

If you had the nerve-degenerating disease multiple sclerosis, would you want to know, even if the symptoms weren’t going to appear for years? The research raises medical and ethical questions that genetic researchers and patients have bandied about for years: If someone’s at risk for a disease, should they be told?


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