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Is Russian vaccine helpful in treating multiple sclerosis (MS)?

Louis Rosner
Neurology
The Russian vaccine, prepared with rabies virus, is sold throughout Europe and South America to treat multiple sclerosis (MS). Every once in a while, I see a patient who has gone to a clinic for this treatment. It has no value whatsoever. Other doctors have noted that it doesn't even prevent attacks during treatment. This vaccine may actually be an antirabies vaccine
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